When knitting all those gusset-decrease rounds on a pair of socks, it always feels like I’m slowly nibbling away at the extra stitches … now the Jaywalkers are past the noshing stage and ready for the home stretch down the foot!
But first a bit of attention to the Mosaic Baby Blanket … and thoughts of Spring, thanks to these nice Daffodil Days (American Cancer Society) flowers that hubby brought home the other day:
In our previous house, he had an impressive daffodil display in the front
yarn yard (typo of a true knitter) that had been built up with additions over the years. I suspect these will be the beginning of a new one, ha ha! We now have lots of trees so our yard isn’t the best for flowers in the summer … but we can enjoy the pretty stuff that comes out before the leaves do. And we’ve learned that deer, rabbits and squirrels don’t eat narcissus (don’t ask about the experience years ago when hundreds of crocuses and tulips barely made it through the first year and were never seen again … it’s a touchy subject with hubby!).