|Large tree that missed all buildings.|
And the, winter made it's continued presence known... It snow on Saturday night 3/11. We got about 3 inches.
|Cricket in the snow|
We canned some venison yesterday. I started out by removing all the connective tissue from the meat. After 2 hours, my hands were exhausted. Josh took over. He ground the meat, packed the jars & loaded them into the pressure cooker. This was his first canning experience. Now he knows exactly what to do.
I finally finished a sweater I started 2 years ago. I'm not happy with the collar... I've worked on it quite a while, and I may re-do it yet again. Or I may just put the buttons on and accept it the way it is. Earlier this year I scored a great find, a collection of buttons, at the local flea market. I remember moving my stash of pewter buttons while I was sorting all the buttons. Now I can't find them. Dang. Anyway, I've put the sweater aside while I search for buttons.
|The back of the Fair Isle sweater for me|
|The front of the sweater. No buttons.|
My next project is a double knit Fair Isle vest. A new challenge for me. The vest will be completely reversible. Here's a link to my Ravelry page for this project. Camilla, a Fair Isle Vest