We've had two days of glorious sunshine. What a rarity in this part of the country. Spring may be just around the corner; at least I hope so. We've had five months of hard winter; it's been cold and the snow plow man made plenty of money from me.
Along with the sunshine, I had the wonderful experience of knitting a pair of socks for my daughter with her own hand-dyed, hand-spun on a high whorl spindle and Navajo plied Blue Faced Leicester yarn. She calls the colorway "Autumn Splendor." And here is a photo for all the world to see: