Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Oregon continues to be a fun knit. I'm one row past having put the underarm stitches on holders and started the sleeve steek.

Long, cold, rain/sleet/hail day with ice build up on the trees. So far we still have power and probably will be okay since it has finally stopped. We've kept the roofs shoveled best we could but the warmer weather next few days will help. I don't know where we are going to put any more snow. That little figure is Joe clearing outside the garage door. The room over the garage is my knitting/quilting room.


junie said...

Boy, what a great knitter you are. Oregon is just lush. I do hope it is admired when you wear it. It sure is pretty on the needles.

And the SNOW...Beautiful. Wow, you have a huge house. I love it. Mine is so small. And I don't have a FROG room either. My hearts desire.

Congrats on Oregon. I love it.

Anonymous said...

I don't know which is more awe inspiring: your Oregon up to the underarms, or Joe up to his armpits clearing snow. Both are wonderful. I'm hoping to join you and cast on Oregon this weekend.

~Lynn~ said...

You are a very talented lady! I enjoy reading your blog and seeing all the beautiful things you knit! And the snow! Come up north and see what we have up here!! So glad spring is finally coming and the snow is going down slowly..and hoping it continues this way. We don't need any flooding.