Today, I put some pix on the computer, so I thought I'd present a few here. Saturday I finished the Touch Me scarf from the book Scarf Style, and I was rather pleased with it, though the photo here doesn't really do it justice. It is wonderfully silky, and looks quite sophisticated around a neck, though today it is unseasonably warm, so I'll have to leave it behind when I go out.
I felted it in the washer and the dryer; all the ends satisfactorily disappeared, but there are a few strays, so I may have to use Fraycheck on them.
A soulful Soul regards the basil plant, which continues to do nicely next to the slider to the deck. Usually, my herbs don't thrive inside during the winter, but this one as proved the exception.
Finally, a view of downtown construction from our foray on Friday evening. Our city is in the midst of a condo frenzy, and developers seem determined to obscure any serene views of the river with them. The photo also made me think of Sally's interesting takes on London . . . why, I don't know. But someone who was crossing the street politely waited for me to take this, so I feel obliged to post it.