I spent some time this weekend at the Springfield Quadrangle – the spot where all the city’s museums are clustered.
The weather wasn’t particularly nice – as you see from the photos, we’re still a long way from Spring here – but I managed to sit outside for about thirty minutes and work on my latest crochet project – another “Blanket Scarf” (a.k.a. Blarf).
This one is a study in red, teal, and neutrals – all yarns that I have leftover form other projects. Blarfs are always satisfying to work on because they work up quickly and manage to put a pile of leftovers to good use.
Also, I enjoyed getting reacquainted with the exterior of the Smith museum – such an interesting building.
It has some striking details – these door handles, for instance.
Aren’t those fun? They’d be a bit much on our door at home, but they work really well at the Smith.
From the dining room table, hoping, hoping, hoping for some warmer weather this week,