Ah, it is another of those weather-induced opportunities to dig through your bin of handknits and wear them all. Some of us are so bundled up in handknits that we could make those fiber festival goers look like their special ensembles of everything they've made in the past year is really just the secret wink to other knitters that they think it is.
We are staying warm and doing our best to take it easy here. The cold temperatures are probably helping us take a break from things since the best choice is just to stay home and wait for the weather to change.
Life has continued to be full. We traveled a bit last month on a journey that was too long and too short all at once. Being home is good. I am finding myself a bit unsettled with what to knit, so I am working on different things here and there in hopes of completing something soon.
Anyway, I did manage to finish a number of knits and weaves for gifts, (don't want to steal credit--the purple blanket under baby Eva was knit by my grandma, not me) on time, even. You can spy some of them here amongst my photo collage of some bits of life from the past six weeks or so.