It's officially "Springtime in the Rockies," as we like to say. This means that a warm 75 degree morning becomes an overcast lunchtime rain storm, which then turns into a hail/snow mix as the sun sets on a 35 degree drop in temperature come nightfall. Yes, that is precisely what happened here this weekend.
It's not safe to pack up the woolens and bring out the shorts just yet. They often co-exist this time of year. And with that reality, I began work on some layering type knits for baby. This is her Tea Party Top, knitted in a worsted weight, hand-dyed wool that I thought so beautifully compliments the spring blooms outside right now.
It was a nice and easy knit, lending itself to being picked up and put down at a moment's notice, which suits life well these days.
A perfect little top for exploring indoors, and out.
Are you enjoying some springtime craftiness (and perhaps a little crazy weather), too?