My new shawl has been taken from me.
I’d barely finished it when a certain little someone realized that it was soft and warm. When the weather hovers at a high of -15 F, I can understand the appeal! Anything you can do to stay warm in this weather is appreciated.
We’ve been hunkered down, waiting out the cold weather. My vehicle did not start this morning, even with a jump, so we are definitely stuck here at home. School has been cancelled the last two days, so yesterday the girls helped me with some work that I had brought home last week “just in case” school was called off. They are excellent envelope stuffers! Today I’m all out of work that I can do from home so I think we’re going to do a little baking and perhaps play a board game or two. It’s a rough life!
As for the shawl, it’s a kit I picked up at my LYS. It’s made from HPKY Rome yarn, which is incredibly strong and lofty. The pattern is the Bias Shawl, which appears to be a pattern you can only get with the kit. Not that it’s super complicated. In fact, I bet you could figure it out yourself.
What about us? Well, we’re going to snuggle up and do the best we can to combat cabin fever. Perhaps a little later we can hook Fluffy Dog up to a harness and dogsled to the store for fresh vegetables. Or maybe I’ll stick with calling hubby with a list to pick up on his way home.
My only advice for the rest of you who are stuck in the same deep freeze is this:
Knit fast, it’s cold out there!