Yes, it’s April. Yes, it’s been somewhere around 80 degrees lately. But I have always wanted to knit or crochet my mom a scarf, and so I began my venture back in January. The scarf you are about to see was intended to be a birthday present for my mom on March 7. However, she received it on April 7 upon her arrival in Nashville. To try to bridge the one month gap, I spread ALL of her birthday presents out so that she received one gift per week from March 7 – April 7. Is that sly or what?
Regardless of the timing or the temperature, my mom loved her knit scarf. It’s soft, about three-months long, and made with lots of love. Hopefully next winter in Wisconsin won’t feel so cold!
Just check out all the love in those details!
And yes, a lot of knitting happened in a lot of places, including airports, rush hours, lunch hours, bean bag chairs, and ski trips…