And last evening this guy wanted to know what the hold up is:
Yep...he is a little "snappish" about it:
(Note the classic snapper tail. He's about the size of a baseball mitt.)
The lag in spring's arrival has allowed for some progress on the fiber front:
Remember the M's & O's baby blanket? Well this is what I did with the two left over skeins of yarn:
There has also been spinning:
The fitting class is proceeding apace, and I now have a muslin. It needs adjustments before next Monday. Then we move on to transferring it to a mylar block. I'm thinking about taking the next class, which is pattern drafting.
There has also been reading. But that will be another book post to bring you up to date.
Meanwhile, I will leave you with this little taste of spring from my front porch:
I feel guilty...they look like they are shivering every time I peek out at them.
Wishing you spring (rather than shivers!) in your heart, where ever you are!
PS...there's this little hand embroidery blog that I love: Were I so Besotted. I suspect that the post that I've linked to is true for many of you who read this blog.