Hello from New York on a chilly Thursday morning.
Snow has been forecast for the Atlantic coast of our country. It's due to reach New York Saturday and may, or may not, accumulate to a measurable depth.
Lots of bread and milk will be sold between now and Saturday. I might, or might not, buy a new pair of snow boots.
I'm pleased to report that I have finished my grey and white fair isle hat, using that vintage yarn I recently discovered on the top shelf of a closet. Since the hat has a double stranding of yarns throughout, it's been keeping my head warm during our recent below freezing days.
It's fun making a pompom for a finishing touch. A few years ago I bought some clever little folding plastic gizmos from Clover, that greatly simplify the pompom process.
Because quite a few different grey yarns were used here, I still have enough of the particular colors left to perhaps begin a scarf, but I already have a large and cosy old grey cashmere scarf ready to see me through this weekend.
I'm scheduled to work on Saturday...The Snow Day, and will be writing an update to this post about whether I do buy new boots and whether we receive a foot of snow.
Thank you all for your visits and comments on my prior post. It's also grand to see some new folks visiting in this still new year.