I've been knitting and spinning here, but kind of lost my mojo for a little while. It's been warmer than usual and my winter knitting just didn't seem to interest me. I did reconfigure a sweater that I made last summer, the Brynna cardigan. I didn't like the way the short sleeves flared out due to the lace pattern, so I took them apart and made the sleeves longer. I used up most of the rest of my 4th skein of The Plucky Knitter Primo Sport, which I loved. I will post a photo when I get one taken.
I finished some charity mittens for afghans for Afghans. Mittens and socks are good to work on when it's warm, ya know. I also spun some Corriedale from woolgatherings and, as it's not a real soft yarn, I'll use it for some mittens or a hat.
And it's exciting. People stop in the middle of the road when something (tree bark) blows by. Not quite like getting stuck in the snow, but these guys run into each other anyway.
Here's a video I took of the hummingbirds trying to catch up to the feeders. When they get there, they get a ride along with their snack.
More later. I'll show you the lap blanket I made for DH when I first got here and it was really cold...you know, 70 or so. He said he wanted a blanket to put over his legs and as a knitter, I immediately told him that I could make one. Let's see, buy one in twenty minutes at Target or take two months to knit one. No decision, right?