I picked up a very old (from July 2014) UFO next, the Rams and Yowes blanket by Kate Davies.
I have doubts that this will come out ok. The garter stitch border is definitely larger than the color work part. Sigh. I plan to try blocking it before knitting the i-cord bind off around the edge, to make sure it's not a waste of time to do so. Not sure what I will do if the border continues to be too big for the center panel.
So yes, March did its proverbial thing and came in like lion -- more than a lion. There were 4 nor'easters in the space of 4 weeks? Something like that. The first one, Riley, knocked our power out -- tons of trees down, which knocked down the power lines in the area. We were out of power from March 2, through March 8 (6 days), when our power finally came on in the evening. Yes, we were without power for the second nor'easter, Quinn. Thank goodness Quinn wasn't as bad as they called for. And thank goodness for generators! It would have been tough to survive the cold without our generator and hookup to the house that we had installed after Hurricane Sandy. We learned our lesson after Hurricanes Irene (no power for a week) and Sandy (no power for 9 days) -- get that generator and generator hook up, cause our electric company leaves us for last when it comes to restoring our power. Not fun.
I'm hoping that spring is finally here and that March leaves like a lamb and April just brings spring showers.
I couldn't resist taking a picture of all my color work garments (not including accessories or blankets).
Starting from my Birkin sweater and going clockwise, we have the Birkin by Boyland Knitworks, the Stopover by MJ Mucklestone, the Cruden vest by Ysolda Teague, the Ninilchik Swoncho by Boyland Knitworks, the Wave cardigan by Toshiyuki Shimada, Miss Rachel's Yoke by Kate Davies, Second Grace by Bristol Ivy, and Firebirds by Alice Starmore.
Happy Passover, and Happy Easter too!