The baby sweater I've been working on is mostly finished at this point. I'm waiting on the arrival of some vintage flower buttons I ordered on etsy to complete the sweater, but all the knitting is done. I think it turned out absolutely darling. I hope my cousin's new little baby will look adorable in it!
I think a matching knit cap is in order, don't you?
I'm doing a little spring craft with this yarn right now. Hopefully I can share it with you next week. Funny how it seemed so spring-y when I bought it, but in the snow, it seems awfully winter-y. It's Cascade's superwash merino, so squishy, soft and cuddly.
I'm also planning a project for Finn with this quartet of fabrics from the new Wheels line by Riley Blake. I'm thinking of a little traveling tote for our upcoming trip. Hopefully I'll be sharing this one soon too, if it works out well.
I had every intention of updating our nature table for spring yesterday. Something about the ringing in of March just wants to spread spring-y-ness everywhere. Unfortunately, it's hard to remove winter from your nature table when you're in the throws of a snowstorm.
So, I decided to embrace the winter for one last hurrah and make the kids these snowman (pumpkin-almond butter-spelt) pancakes for dinner.
They didn't mind the delay of spring. They're thankful for another chance to play in the snow and eat their snowman pancakes!