I seem to be having trouble finding time to knit these days. I'm not sure what has changed, other than I think I've knocked it down on my priorities list. Here are the current in progress items:
This is the toe-up sock pattern, Back to Basics. The yarn is from a past project, Gentleman Socks, that I made for my brother. I bought 2 skeins, afraid that because his feet are large I'd need extra. I didn't, and actually had plenty for the majority of what you see knit left over. I have barely started on the second skein.
This yarn is wonderful, but for some reason, it keeps breaking. I believe it's Malabrigo, in Indicieta. The pattern is Dragonfly Rib Socks, but I didn't purchase it - it was gifted to me as a print pattern. And I can't find my copy of it. So, if I want to make the second one, I either have to search through a ton of boxes, or reverse engineer it. I can figure out the toe, and I know the pattern, but I just have to deal with the heel. Mine looks pretty good, and I started this way back in the day, so it had to have been fairly easy.
This is my cardigan that I finally picked and started. I wasn't sure which one I wanted to knit, remember? But I decided, after one cold bitter evening out, to knit Iced. There are some modifications going on, as I don't have a size 11 cable needle. I'm using 10.5s, and I also have to make it bigger. So, the math is available for me to do, and I'm working on it as I go. Fortunately, as it's a cardigan, if it's a bit big, that's a good thing. I haven't split for the arms yet, and I'm not done with the increases. It seems to be working out so far though. Any late Winter knitting going on for you?