The following might be the most chaotic and overloaded post but you know how it is - or with Goethe: excuse my long letter, I only had little time.
Spring is when life's alive in everything.
Some flowers didn't survive the last snow blow and others fell victom to pipe relocations in the garden (among other things for a faster inernet connection!). Fortunately, there are some left to celebrate the month April in Project Spectrum colours yellow and orange.
On 1st of April I started a(NOTHER!) pair of socks in the recently introduced colourway Ottawa. They do remind me of the Easter holidays, probably because their yellow looks like all the little chicks we used to have for decoration. The brown stripe looked so deliciously like chocolate on the needles that I think I have to start a brown project soon. A huge one. A sweater?
After I scared you last time with morbid pictures of the wildlife in my neighbourhood, this weekend featured some happier creatures.
I give you the Icelandic sheep...
... and some Icelandic horses. Aren't they cute?
only grass and moss but the area covered with fire was twice the size of Reykjavik and the surrounding suburbs!
To cool me and you down another picture before we are back to knitting content.
Yesterday night, a parcel arrived here with yarn aboard! Thank you, Becca! I am so very happy with everything you send!
Can you stand more yarn pictures?
Somehow I never came around posting a picture of some rocking yarn (Socks that Rock) I got from Amanda (thank you so much again!)
And here's another picture of some yarn I'll soon have to say goodbye to. Hard to part but I can always scroll back to this post, which featured Cherry Tree Hill, Socks That Rock, Lorna's Laces and Regia. Woohoo...