There are a few sweaters that have been in my discard/frog/giveaway pile for years, so I got started on those as well. Frogging is kind of an ordeal as the yarn has to be soaked to get the kinks out, then dried and rewound. The buttonless Tangled Yoke Cardigan has finally met its end.
I actually can't go that long without a project and certainly can't watch tv without keeping my hands busy, so I made fingerless gloves for my mom and and a pair for my sil. These are my small wins.
They are both made up of the slubby goodness that is Manos del Uruguay Wool Classica. The pattern is 75 Yard Malabrigo Fingerless Mitts though I used a bit more yarn than that.
Before the Anhinga fiasco, I was inspired by Lauren of Lladybird to organize my fabric and patterns, which is turning out to be a much bigger job than anticipated. My patterns are slowly being uploaded and tagged in a PRIVATE Flickr set. I didn't want to take pictures of my fabric too, so I just cut swatches, wrote down the measurements and called it good. I have some really great pieces that I'm excited to use up.
Now off to tackle some tees! Wish me luck.