A few of my other problems stem from being a self-taught left-handed knitter. I'm able to pickup some stuff from the internet/YouTube, however, the left-handed thing is proving to be harder to overcome. Most of the good videos I've found are for right-handers and while sometimes I can figure out how I can to do it, it's not always that easy.
Anyway, the shoulder seams are done and the collar has been added. Here's the latest photo:
I also worked on my temperature scarf. It was brutally cold in December and the colours in the scarf reflect that. I even managed to use the coldest colour (about the 8th ridge down from the top in the photo), which represents daytime high temperatures colder that -30C. Just recently, we've had a warming spell, so I'm back to using some dark and light greens. Yay! Here's the latest segment:
As you can tell, I'm feeling a bit whiny today. I'm so done with winter, bad roads and shovelling. Did I mention that we were rear-ended last week because of the slippery roads? *sigh* We're fine, but the vehicle has a major boo-boo. It's totally driveable, though, so that's something to be thankful for.
Needlework Tuesday is hosted by Heather over at Books and Quilts.