There has been a lot of the fluffy white stuff to shovel lately and we have had plenty of help.
My older child found other ways to entertain himself.
Snow this deep makes the world so new and gives a lot to explore!
I have had more indoor winter fun with these mittens I am working on.
I am nearly done! Don't you love the curilicues?
One done and one to go. Complicated patterns like this aren't great for social knitting though. I mainly do these when I have a bit of quiet time alone.
I forgot to show this pretty yarn my mom bought when she was visiting over Chrismas.
Lilly requested an entire doll wardrobe, complete with hat, scarf, sweater, dress, pants, socks, mittens, etc for her dolls, but was quite pleased to get the hat Gramma made her doll. My mother spends so much time playing with the children that there is barely time for knitting.
I have had so much fun lately, making new friends via this blog. Last week I met Anne Marie and today I met Amanda who had a sewing session with me and the children. Imagine she loves to sew but has moved to Norway with nearly no fabric. So she helped me make space on my shelves for new purchases... It will soon be flea market season so I will need a bit of extra shelf space! Actually people say they want to bring thier spouse over to show them how much worse other people are about buying too much fabric (ME= the worse one...)
A trio of Norwegian women with a passion for interior design and the creators of the blog named Flittiglisene, did a piece about me today which was so nice. It is ironic becuase my dolls have become known in China but not really in the country I live - Norway!