So, where to start with my huge pile of in-progress knitting projects...
Here is the latest progress on the draft blocker. I'm almost to the length I need and I'll still have some scraps left over for another project. Good thing Nancy keeps on posting amazing scrap project inspiration.
These socks really should have been finished by now, but I've had to rip back several times to fix some unfortunate mistakes. I know that they won't be as long as the knee socks shown in the book example because I only have one skein of yarn, but I've decided to make them as long as possible.
This scarf is a little bit out of character for me. I started it a few weeks ago when I was really stressed and needed a quick project with a comforting yarn. This Cascade cotton/wool blend was gifted to me by some wonderful family friends and it fit the bill. Now if only the colors went together in combination with the pattern. I'm strongly considering ripping it out, but what do you think (honestly)?
I've also resumed slow progress on the BFF cowl I'm knitting along with Ashley (by the way, have you seen her beautiful desk space yet? So creative!). This project serves as yet another reminder that I'm just so lucky to have such wonderful knitters from all over the world that I get to connect with every day.
Also, a random question: why can kitties be so relaxed one minute and then completely spazz out and look like a wild panther beast the next? It may not be obvious from the photo, but one of her little fangs is sticking out making her extra goofy-looking.
Now I'm going to return to my busy week as a student while contemplating Ness' tempting plan to build a comforting nest of yarn, I hope you all have a great rest of the week!