This week I was inspired to work on two somewhat neglected projects. Now each one is half done. The sock was started for the Loopy Ewe Spring Challenge (I should know better!), using a pattern called 9 to 5. It was supposed to be done by March 31, I think. Oh well. The Mitt was a January Mystery pattern and is now called Epiphany Mitts. Now to do the other halves. But first I am going to tackle a really long time UFO, the 2010 Advent scarf! We'll see how that goes.
Stella is busy "reading" and getting ready to move.
Oh, and we found a great hangar and place for the Sunbonnet Sue quilt!
Meanwhile, outside, signs of spring appear daily.
The flowering plum and forsythia are looking pretty good,
and this pink camellia, just outside the living room window, is filled with buds once again.
I'd forgotten all about this little guy. It's a pasque flower, I think, and disappeared without a trace when summer arrived. Don't you just love surprises like that? Now I have to go check out what that is that's sprouting in the lower left corner, and then get back to that Advent scarf. Have a great weekend!
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