January 3, 2008

Colder than....


blue snow? Or some blue sock yarn? LOL On top of all the snow we've had this week, today was quite cold, -2 degrees Farenheit when I came through town and the high was 10. Yeeha it was a nose hair freezer day - or one where the snow looks blue if you dig deep. Sigh.... remind me why I live in Maine again? My brain is so frozen I can't think - not to mention my toes and nose and fingers.


The yarn above is my last installment in the 2007 Blue Moon Fiber Arts Sock Club. It's called ... Bella Coola! I did not sign up for 2008 Sock Club but my friend Kathy did so I get to live vicariously through her and the blogs of others who joined.


I've been working along on my Valentine's exchange piece and finished the back of my cardigan project and started one of the front sides. I will post a photo of that over the weekend I think.


I hope wherever you are, you are keeping warm!

7 comments:

Garden Girl said...

Hi Patti ~ Thanks for stopping by my blog! I had a few moments to peruse yours before I had to feed DH ~ I just love what you stitch! I can't wait to spend more time going through older posts AND taking a look at your book blog. And I commend you for keeping a gratitude journal. No trouble keeping warm here ~ it was 72 degrees today. Thus, I do not knit. LOL. Take care ~

Barbara said...

I'm not the biggest fan of blue, but that yarn is gorgeous!

It has been cold and snowy up there in Maine this winter!! My mom can barely keep up with the shoveling. Stay warm!!

Cathy said...

"nose hair freezer day"....
That's incredibly descriptive and funny!

Carol said...

Colder than... cold!!!! Happy New Year Patti!

dragonxser said...

now that is one glorious blue yarn! Can't wait to see what you knit with it!!

Joanie said...

Baby it's cold in Upstate NY too!
Love the blue yarn! Looking forward to hearing from you!

Nancy*Glory Bee said...

Very pretty color blue. Happy New Year to you! And my yes, it is cold in New England.....Nancy