Well, it's been quite a day. When I started the day this blog post was at the top of my to-do list, but then there was snow, a little bit of dyeing, a lot of driving and more snow-related work. Throughout the day this post got bumped further and further down the list.
Early evening I was all set to have at it, but somehow I ended up outside again moving more snow and cleaning up the neighbor's driveway . . . just a little bit. I came inside only to have the lights flicker and the internet go out. It's very windy and the tress are heavy with snow, so I wasn't too surprised. As luck would have it, the darkness was short lived. When the power came back on complete with internet, I took it as a sign to forge ahead.
I've been able to get a fair amount of knitting time in even though my routine (such as it is) has been upset.
I've been focused on Quicksilver and wedges. Each blue section is a wedge, and they get progressively bigger. I have a strategy. I start the day by knitting a wedge, and then work the stripes here and there in between everything else that's going on. When the next wedge comes around, I take a break for concentrated knitting time. So far it's working.
There are nine wedges all together. I'm on the sixth wedge, so it's time for a knitting break. I hope the power doesn't go out again.