Yes. Your eyes are not deceiving you — it’s a slew (or is it slough?) of FO’s!
I think this picture turned out quite funny – I was actually trying to avoid a triple chin but…it makes me look kinda threatening.
I joined a traveling Scarf Exchange, which is pretty fun – we just mailed off the second section. You start a scarf – knit the 1st 6″, send it on to the next knitter, they add 6″ and so on. Finally your scarf is returned to you and you knit the final 6″. Voila! A complete scarf. And this way you – ok I – totally avoid the dread that comes upon me about 8″ in to a scarf — that certainty that the scarf is not growing – a fact that seems to be proven by measuring! Does anyone know how that works? How can you measure something at 8″, knit 10 rows and remeasure and it is still 8″?? I don’t know how it happens but it has happened to me more than once.
I used the leftover wool from Tudorica and chose a pattern from the Stitch Dictionary my Mom gifted me. This is not the best picture. At least I hope it’s the picture.
I also joined a Granny Square Exchange and this is a terrible pic of the one I sent out. (at least there is a bit of a theme to the post!)
AND last of all: Aunty K’s Amendment Thrummed Mittens
So named because they were to make up for the socks I made her for her anniversary that fit her granddaughter! (I’ve seen her wear them twice already!)
Thrumming was much easier than I thought and it is super-duper cozy. I might have to look into a pair for myself for next season since, you know.
Knit while watching: Lost Seasons 1&2; True Blood Seasons 1&2
Tudorica & Amendment Thrummed Mittens were projects for the BSG Fleet Power Battle (on Ravelry). Go Galactica!!