As I write this, the wind chill in Minneapolis is -66 degrees F. Tomorrow is supposed to be lots better, but in the meantime, this old girl is staying inside.
My MK guild has a challenge this year to knit 2 charity hats per week from November to November. That's all I have been doing---and now I have 53 done out of the 102 we're supposed to do. UGH. This isn't that much fun, but somehow I'm hooked. I gotta do it! One nice thing is that I'm using up some of my stashed cones. I'm doing them all on the midgauge so there's a lot of doubling up yarn with my Silver Needles cone winder. By the way, LOVE that thing and highly recommend it.
I have lots of yarn ends as a result of all this knitting. So, I'm thinking about all these little birdies outside and wondering how in the world they survive in this below zero weather. I have chopped up some of these yarn ends into 1" pieces and will set this paper plate full outside to see if there are any takers. (This is just the ends from yesterday's knitting.) I am envisioning colorful nests all over the woods. If no takers, o well, I tried. Good intentions.