I came home several days ago and found that my husband and oldest son had packed up the woodshop and cleaned it out. They also closed the shop down, which I hadn't planned on doing just yet. It's also colder than Mars here right now. The upshot of this is that the shop is closed for the season so I'm going to defer my last two projects until next year when it warms up, if it ever does.
Last night I caught myself wishing I could go out and work on something so I perused the Internet and decided to try my hand at knitting socks. I used to knit quite a bit but haven't done it in several decades. I still remember how to do basic knitting so I thought I'd give it a try.
Here's the photo:
It doesn't look promising.
But it will keep me out of everyone's hair for the time being. I'll post again when I'm done.
In the meantime, I'd like to wish you all a very happy holiday season and all my hopes for a good New Year. And thanks again for dropping by the woodshop and being my partner in all the projects here on the SWW blog.