They've become my utility mitts -- you know, the ones for shoveling snow, wiping off the car windows, etc. They've shrunk a bit from felting, and that's a good thing because it's made them a bit more waterproof. My new night knitting project is to knit a new/extra pair and get the pattern out. As I wrote on that cold, cold February day back in 2015, they can be made in nothing flat, so maybe someone will enjoy cranking these out for themselves or a friend.
Unlike 2015, we are having a season that feels like perpetual November. Some pics from yesterday...
|Green grass one street over from our place.|
|No snow at the Gord Downie Pier at the bottom of our street.|
|No ice on Lake Ontario.|