Finally, the sky scarf for Mr Iquiltforfun is done. I mentioned this earlier this year. I have knit one full row in popcorn stitch everyday since January 9th. White for snow (or one day of total fog), gray for rainy or overcast, charcoal for stormy, blue for blue (obviously), and blue/white heather for those days when the sky is blue and peppered with white clouds. You can see the impact of the drought with all the blues at the end vs the gloomier days of winter when I started it. The last "charcoal" stripe you see in the lower left hand corner was the day of tornadoes that took lives in Kentucky and southern Indiana. We will never forget that day.
I'm not sure where I'll put my energy for the next few days. Probably in complete and total anticipation for our trip to Toronto next week. We are finally getting up to see our son and his family who moved in early June. We have not seen our grandson in person (thank you Face Time!) in four months. For all you grammies out there, you know this is way too long to go without a reading a story, playing with Thomas the Train, or getting a hug and and kiss! I'll probably take my knitting and some handwork and wait about taking my little machine until I get the lay of the land.
I hope you are having a wonderfully creative week and getting hugs and kisses from those you love! Jan