The morning scene
The back of the garage. The start of the Williamsro remodel. The pergola.
There's been a lot of blowing and drifting -- the walkway between the garage and house is almost free of snow -- so it's hard to tell exactly how much has fallen. It was still snowing lightly this morning, but I think we're in a bit of a lull at the moment. More is expected -- possibly 15 inches total in some places.
I have not knit on my Latvian mitten since Monday night -- almost a week! I did finish the first of St. Brigid's cuff last night and sewed it on, and also started the second (quick knitting). That's one oft-worn sweater that's currently out of commission and, while I don't wear it as often, I put Williamsro out of its misery this morning, too. Hopefully, by ripping out and redoing the bottom part (picking up fewer stitches), I will wear it more -- because I really love that sweater. I was probably knitting the original bottom part exactly a year ago, getting it finished off in time for closing ceremonies. ; )
That's Roxie taking an interest on the last leg of the rip. Scamp is on the chair, wondering whether it's worth getting excited about -- he did take a swipe and catch some yarn when it dangled within reach during the winding up. I don't really want to, but I suppose I will separate the double strands of Blossom into singles before I give it a bath to de-kinkify before attempting the re-knit.