Taking it from the top. Birds Nest Shawl from Folk Shawls using the big hank of small yarn from Mohair in Motion. I wound the ball at my mother’s house using her new ball winder. All I want to say about that experience is "sh*t". See those two balls? The first one was crazy tight and the second just a disaster. I am forging ahead except my cable cast on was ugly and my long tail was too tight. Argh.
Second is a vest for Gracie in a Patons pattern. Not all that impressed with SWS (way too many knots), I am using Needful Yarn’s Joy. Gracie loves it even though the stripes don’t match–she doesn’t want them too so I am trying to be Zen about it. 😉
Fourth, is my planning stages for the Skaska laceweight I bought up at Rhinebeck. I am considering the Cobweb Lace Wrap from Shetland Lace by Gladys Amedro. How lucky am I to have such a fabulous knitting library at my fingertips! A picture of the shawl knitted can be seen here.
What I accidentally cropped is a pair of Fetching needing thumbs and another ball of yarn.
And that is just a fraction of what is on the needles. Must finish more and start less.