Wasn't that poetry day great! Spend some time skimming around and following links and you will be richly rewarded. I especially liked this one.
While reading lots of poetry, I finished up the scarf and hat for charity.
Things I learned: Mistake rib pulls in enormously, and while it makes a nice, thick, reversible scarf, it also takes a lot of yarn to make a nice, thick, wide, reversible scarf!
The hat is a tad large; it even fits over Bunny's ears... Perhaps one day I'll follow a pattern for a hat... That's an idea!
I told Arthur, my colour consultant, about the three colours for February and March in Project Spectrum, and he said, "Boring."
I was thinking they are the colours we see all around us these days. We are getting more and more grey and less white, as the old snow gets dirty. By the end of February there will be frozen heaps of filthy slush all over the place. As long as the sky tends more towards the blue than the grey, we'll manage, but unfortunately, it's all grey out there today! But you can have a picture of the sock in progress to cheer you up.
I also have (drumroll, please!) begun the denim handles! You know, it is not so bad!
Once again I learn the old lesson: if you do it, it'll get done. And if you don't, it won't. Terrible that one has to learn these things over and over. I realised I started this bag in March last year!
The handle is 13 stitches wide, with a 9-stitch braid up it. So far, so good.
I have, as you can see, several buttons in the sidebar that link to things. However, I tried and tried to get a PS button to work. It just wouldn't show up. I'll give it another go...