We just won't talk about November. At all.
So moving right along....there has been lots of holiday knitting. I decided to make those super cute, uber fast Maine Morning Mitts for all my colleague midwives this year. After the first 4 pairs though...boring..snooze..snort...i swear i'm knitting these puppies in my sleep. 9 pairs down, 4 more pairs to go...here's a shot of the first 6 pair. And peeps...all knit from stash, leftovers, single balls I'd bought on a whim...i feel like a machine with these mitts!
Clockwise we have Berroco Foliage, Needful Yarns Joy, SWS, leftover Big Kureyon from the Tilted Duster, ooold leftover Nashua Handknits Woolly Stripes Tweed, and yet more Berrocco Foliage.
I also finished a nice rustic scarf from 3 skeins of Queensland Collection Himalayas. This is a thick/thin spun single ply. I have about 20 more skeins of this in various colors and am having the darndest time finding the right projects for it, but I think this pattern did it merit.
Lastly, another Thorpe from yet more of the Plymouth Baby Alpaca Grande (handpaint and solid) I love this stuff. It just feels so creamy ;0
Continuing with the mitts, should have the rest finished up by the weekend and will post the remainder then. I have TWELVE days off beginning Friday! Whoohoo! Plan to do holiday decorating, baking/freezing, and crafting/shopping during that time.
Not much else to say today. Hope everyone is staying warm and cozy (it's zero here today!) Knit On!