This part of winter doesn't bother me at all. Let the wintry winds blow -which they have been lately!- as long as I'm home with my creating stuff, I'm never bored, or worried about being housebound. (Of course with the winter we're having in western NY that isn't a problem so far!)
This happens a lot these days. I sit down to do something and suddenly there is a cat on my lap! I had to boot her off, because I can't type with the keyboard tray pushed in! Note, I bring my other gadgets with me to the computer!
So, anyway, I'm keeping busy in my creative spaces the last few weeks, when I'm home. I can't show the most recent quilt projects yet, because they are for the challenge to be revealed at the guild meeting on Saturday. But here is a preview, just to tease the few who might see this before the meeting.
I finished another ornament. My space for them is getting full, so I may take a break for a while when I finish the ones I have started. People keep suggesting I sell them. Here's a question- what would you pay for one?? The one pictured here is on a 6 inch ball. It used a box and a half of the pins (750 each), and that many beads and sequins!
I also finished a pair of socks I started in September or October. I used two different yarns with subtle color changes. The odd green one was a leftover from a pair of socks. I'm hoping a friend will like them, since she was in my mind as I knitted.
I am grateful for:
The caring professionals who got me through a recent emergency.
A wonderful evening spent with my grandchildren!
The Cowboys lost.
Laughing with my husband.