While its looked like this outside
Its looked like this inside
The snow hasn't been too bad for us, about 6 inches at its worst, we've kept the drive and paths clear and not been out very often. I have done lots of knitting whilst watching some pretty dire television programmes and making the sofa even more lop-sided than it was before I spent the month January on it.
I've made several pairs of fairly standard socks, this little baby jumper in Sublime organic cotton using a Rowan pattern I suddenly realised I've been knitting for 20 years, the first recipient of one of these is now at university.
I used up some Aruncania pure wool for this hourglass cowl. It drapes nicely loose, looks good and chunky round my neck twice and doesn't have a wrong side, all very pleasing
And I made a plain grey raglan jumper using a cone of unidentified yarn. It was intended for Mr FF but shortage of materials means it fits me.
So that's quite a lot of yarn used up and I'm pleased to say no new stock has entered the house. Maybe I'm not doing so bad after all, a whole month without a stash purchase. January certainly is the month of the sofa but now the snow is melting I might set my sights further afield.