Last week I saw a new shawl that Anne created on her blog. The name of the shawl is Morning Glory and oh my.......I fell hard for it. It is stunning! I went digging thru my stash to see if I had something that would compliment the pattern, but nothing jumped out at me, so I turned to the dyepots.
I had been dyeing up various merino/silk rovings for the sheepfest, so I played with some colors and this is what I came up with......Serendipity! I love it in the roving......I can't wait to see how the yarn turns out.
Finally....Spring in the Mountains!
Yesterday the temperatures were in the 70's here. The day was glorious, so Ken and I went for a ride.
Even though almost all of the snow in my yard has melted, there is still quite a bit on the mountain.
Looking down at the river from where I was snapping pictures however, I noticed just how much errosion the last bunch of storms did to the river banks. Many of the roads that we traveled on in Jackson had bright orange cones warning motorists of the deep ruts on the sides of the roads. Some of those ruts were close to 6 feet deep....YIKES! Hopefully Mother Nature has calmed down a bit and we have seen the worst of the spring rains (and snows).