February was not as 'productive' yardage wise as January was. However, that is understandable given that I finished some large items that had been in the works for a while.
You'd think that, given I spent a week on a beach in Cuba knitting (and reading, while knitting) that I'd have more to show for it, but no. I'd brought along this Seeds to Flowers shawl in camel-silk lace (for the luxury yarn challenge of February), which was perfect on short cable needles for knitting on the flight, but I found myself working on the stockinette and then the bottom of my leaf lace top instead [below].
And I whipped up this filter for the large mason jar in which I brew the first stage of my kefir water.
For the luxury-yarn challenge, I was delighted to knit this alpaca-silk lace yarn from Waterloo Wools. I'd knit up most of the yoke at home before my vacation in Cuba and it turned out to be my favourite project while there because it was a) knit in the round, b) mostly stockinette and c) something I could work on while reading.
Oh, and while it does not count towards the stashdown challenge, I did finish grafting together Lucy's orange squisha cowl that was knit in December.
Also, I was distracted from my stashdown by this cotton that was growing beside me on the beach.
March's challenge is WIPs. I have a few.