All projects were downloaded off of Ravelry unless otherwise noted.
This scarf is for my mom. I really wish you could see the beauty of the yarn from the picture but it's hard to get a good picture with my crappy camera.
Just Enough Ruffles scarf
Yarn credit: Malabrigo Rios in Purple Mystery
It has a beautiful ruffle edge and a curve shape which included learning a new technique for me (wrap and turn). The yarn is actually purple, not royal blue like the picture appears.
My next finished project is a hat, also for my mom. She requested a slouchy beret and I found the project below.
Simple Slouchy Beanie
Yarn credit: Lion Brand, Tweed Stripe in Mixed Berries
This was so super easy and quick to knit. I hope she likes it. Jack is modeling the finished project.
The next project was an infinity cowl that my cousin requested ages ago. I started it and would work on it occasionally. I finally bucked up and finished it. I hope she likes it!
Yarn credit: Lion Brand Wool-Ease Chunky in Fisherman
Here is a close up of the project in progress:
Finished! It's folded in half here so it looks shorter than it is.
is a very easy project and I am working on it when I am bored with something else.
Malabrigo Waffles Scarf
Yarn Credit: Madelinetosh Tosh Vintage in Carmine (I believe it is discontinued). I don't have a picture of the scarf in progress but here is the yarn:
I kept promising Jason a pair of slipper socks. His only request was a "manly" color and some tread on the bottom. When I am done knitting the other sock, I will put puff paint on the bottom for some tread/grip.
Coco Knits Lucky 13 Bed Socks
Yarn Credit: Lion Brand Hometown USA in Little Rock Granite
Here was what I spent my Saturday afternoon nap-time doing. Iced coffee and knitting. It was wonderful.
I started with just what was shown above and in an hour, I had this:
I have most of the other foot knitted. I love this project because it's so quick and knits up in a day if you have the time. If not, two or three days and you are done.
I have a list of probably 20 projects that I want to do (no exaggeration). I am trying to get something knitted for Christmas for everyone. It might just be the simple dishcloths below (Three Dishcloths by Joan James).
Or I might knit some ornaments (Santa Hat by Aimee Yago):
I have this hat picked out which is scary. It's my first cabling project (Chunky Cable Hat by Emily Wessel)! Won't it be pretty in the blue above? I hope I can do it.