I'm still making steady progress on my Fieldwork Cardigan and Scalloped Rib Socks, but to be honest, they aren't super-exciting to look at right now. Plus, last Wednesday I cast on for a new shawl using a skein of Sincere Sheep Cushy in Winter's Night - a new project is always more exciting, am I right?!
Zilver, and it's available for free here on Ravelry. As you can see, it knits up nice and quick!
I also realized it's been a while since I've crocheted anything, so I decided to start something that has been on my to-do list since last fall: make a silly snake to block the draft that comes in through the kitchen door in the wintertime. Um, yeah...it's not exactly timely, but that's just how things go sometimes! I am using Stacey Trock's Slithers the Snake pattern as my guide, minus the shaping of course. For added draft-blocking insulation, I'll be stuffing him full of leftover bits of yarn and fiber. I've just worked through a few stripes using leftover scraps from my Amigurumi stash since starting on Monday night, but I'm hoping to have this done by the end of this coming weekend!
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