A Gift Of Weather

It seems we are being given a gift! School vacation has been extended by a day (and likely will be extended by another day tomorrow) because of a snowstorm. We are going to enjoy this gift by catching up on some Kumon, knitting a lot and doing some shoveling at some point, later. Even H who had planned to work from home has been given a half day off today, and tomorrow off entirely.

I made good use of my knitting time yesterday. I studied the pattern which normally is a simple read through but since this pattern is in German required that I work some translation magic. I then came up with a plan. I am using the numbers from the pattern and the charts but I am knitting my socks cuff down and I’ll work my usual heel. I am being completely zen about the beads. I have dumped the three containers into one larger container and I just randomly pick one out when it’s time to place one. If I start to fuss about 2 of the same color being near each other I will never get a row done. In my mind this is totally doable and should work out just fine. Wait, do you hear ominous music?

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7 Responses to A Gift Of Weather

  1. Michelle says:

    Oh, I miss snow days!!! It’s been snowing for 48hrs where I live, and I still had to wake up and go to work. BOO! 😀 I’m jealous. I would love to be home knitting right now!

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  2. Kepanie says:

    It’s amazing to see all that snow. The closest snow to us is four hours away up north. The beading is really cool.

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  3. That is really beautiful. Yay for snow days.

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  4. YarnyDragonfly says:

    Ditto my comment from yesterday! Glad you get to enjoy an extended break from the normal routine. Stay warm!

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  5. Well at least I’m reading the posts in order, they’re knitting up beautifully 🙂

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  6. I love snow but it never looks like that here in Worcestershire,UK. Enjoy your knitting time!

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  7. Lisa says:

    That sock pattern is to die for. Simply gorgeous. What a great way to spend a snow day.

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