Tuesday, March 14, 2017


It seems that March is the new winter.

We are receiving payback from Mother Nature for our blissfully mild February. Fortunately, we are only on the edge of the blizzard working its way up the east coast, so only 25 cm is predicted here. Mostly, this event is about blowing snow. A day to spend indoors, doing you know what--knitting. And probably taxes. It's that time of the year.
What's on my needles?

It's an Audrey coat for Isabel in a soft plum colour. This seems to be the year of purple (think of the Fusion cardigan I recently completed for her). I may go with the same green as I used in my own version for the pocket linings. We are talking about buttons too. Striped, perhaps?
Oh yes, I almost forgot to take note of the fact that we have signed on to another house purchase. In June, we'll be moving to the west side of Queen's University, still close to the lake, and to a relatively modern (1907) Arts and Crafts bungalow, fully renovated. Pictures to come...

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