You have been warned, don't say you haven't . . . this isn't a list for the faint of heart. Here we go . . .
First up is Rhoni's scarf. As you can see by the beam below the weaving, I have gotten some work done on it. It's been a little slow because the loom and myself are really still becoming acquainted and it seems to be resisting the relationship some.
This yarn is the yarn I intend to ply with the above yarn for my gloves. Both are spun very finely.
This is some lovely yarn that I started spinning but took it off the spindle to spin the natural roving above. This was carded by hand, since I don't have any tools yet to do any of that. I love it and will return to it once I am done with the natural color.
My orange and brown top I started on I believe around January of last year. I put it down in late spring as it wasn't done in time to wear and was getting warmer and then kind of just forgot about it. I really didn't remember being so far along already. I have to admit, I can't wait to finish it, it feels so soft and snuggly.
My gloves that I started knitting this holiday season. My hands are always cold it seems, as you can tell, I haven't made it very far yet. I love the colors of this yarn though.
A charity hat.
One of Rhoni's headbands.
Another one of Rhoni's headbands.
Ah, well. This is sort of an indulgence. This is Knitty's Via Diagonale. I always wanted to knit a bag, so here she is. I know, it's quite bright and believe me, the colors are just as bright or maybe even a little brighter in real life.
This is my first toe-up sock. The stitch pattern is from one of the Sensational Knitted Socks books. You'll notice that the toe looks very unique. I worked hard until I made that short row toe pretty much match the shape of my toes. It was annoying and tedious, all that frogging and re-knitting, but I definitely think it was all worth it in the end.
My cowl. Ah, this was started early this fall I think . . . or somewhere around there. It was one of the items pushed aside for holiday knitting. I am looking forward to finishing it, preferably in time to still wear it this winter. You can see my love for moss stitch. :)
See, only 13!