This is the Noro Blossom I've been working with the last few days. I just started ball two of four last night and that's all I have -- it isn't going to be enough, so Plan A is out the window. I kind of knew it would be.
I originally bought this yarn in NYC almost two years ago for Williamsro -- on my first-ever blogger meet-up yarn crawl weekend (which was so perfect that it still seems surreal) (the yarn is even pictured in one of those posts) -- a really fun, last-minute, tag-along with DH on business trip. This is mostly mindless knitting, just the sort of thing to do with yarn like this. I love watching the colors change and, with this yarn, the texture changes a lot, too. It's very enjoyable. I was photographing it morning light on the kitchen table as the sun was coming up today -- definitely color similarities between the yarn and recent sunrise/sunsets. I do have a Plan C(ascade) if I can't come up with more for Plan B(lossom)...
I am so happy that the weekend is upon us -- a warm one, too. The forecast is for 40s straight through the weekend, which means lots of melting snow -- and almost 50 on Tuesday! I'm not sure what's beyond that, and right now I don't care!