Yesterday we were concerned with the melt water, rain and flooding, and today I was back outside clearing several inches of snow off my solar panels. That just about sums up the predictability of Canadian weather. I will admit that it keeps us on our toes, but also keeps our winter parkas handy well into May and even later in to June if you decide to go camping. I even put my kids in their snowsuits one year when we went out to watch the fireworks on Canada Day, June 1. In light of the weather, I guess it's timely that I have been working on afghans this week.
Red Heart, from their Facebook page or their blog.
I'm thinking that once I finish these two afghans, I'll move to smaller and lighter weight projects for the summer. Each year I aspire to working in my garden and perhaps planting some vegetables and some gorgeous flowers, but it doesn't happen. I pull the minimal amount of weeds, cut my asparagus and maybe a little of the rhubarb. I am curious, do you stitch all summer or do you take a gardening break?