Last week we were pretty much snowbound because we live on a hill, and our street is low on the list to get plowed.
It sure was pretty, especially at night!
This little angel was totally buried for awhile, but now her feet aren't covered any more.
There was lots of time to knit and bake. (The knitting kept me from eating all the baking!) This is another Interrupted Cowl made with Bamboo Bloom yarn. In sorting through my stash I found some more of this yarn and have already started yet another one.
While I don't expect to wear this any time soon, it is finally finished thanks to Judy L's UFO Challenge. These socks were supposed to be completed in January but they are done now, too.
They don't quite match, but it was an interesting pattern that results in a right and left sock.
This is what our driveway looks like now, so we should be able to return to our normal weekly schedule thankfully. However, I now have lots of new projects waiting to be finished thanks to a bad case of "startitis" and easy access to my stash.
This sweet plant decided to add some color to our kitchen this past week. I got the start from my sister, and it's been a consistent bloomer ever since.
.On Saturday we were able to venture out for our first trek through Seattle's brand new tunnel and a visit with the grand kids for the first time since it started snowing. If you have youngsters to read with, may I recommend There's a Dinosaur on the 13th Floor As you can see, they loved it and so did our daughter. Me, too! Have a fun week!