I've got holiday knitting going, and I'm ignoring that using new baby knitting and I'm procrastinating as far as that's concerned using some crochet. Jeez!
Also, there is some sample knitting in there and a few sweaters for me. One of which is for a class, so work related... That's a necessary UFO, I guess.
Look at this cabled sweater in Minnow Knits Merino from Class Elite. Gosh, this stuff is lovely. Of course, I've run out of yarn. Sleeve yarn's on order ... so that's a reasonable reason for this to be a UFO I think.
The Hitchiker in the center of this photo is knit with Rachel's sock yarn in the Cordovan colorway -- it's my baseball game knitting. It'll get finished now that Kara's given me a blue yarn that coordinates with it. Hopefully, there will be more games for me to knit to... like (whispering so as not to jinx it) a World Series.
The red, orange, and green fingerless glove in the foreground is knit from the pattern Elphaba and I've made three and a half of them -- the yarn, Zitron Unisono stripes in such a way that two mitts knit from the same ball are not enough alike to give to a non-knitter for Christmas and not have her think that I've made a mistake. Lucky for me I had two balls so I'll end up with two sets that are nearly matched. Almost a set of finshed objects.
I've been practicing my crochet on a granny square blanket using my Hello Yarn hand spun yarn. That's unfinished because I've crocheted up all the handspun! I've got to spin some more.
(Do you LOVE my current fave knitting project bags? Left to right: Hedge Hog large project bag from Jessalu, Knitting on the Brain from Tangerine Designs, and a Kara Michelle original.)
So. Plenty to work on. I should probably start a dog sweater.