In Progress

I have been doing so many test knits lately, that I haven't had a chance to do an update on where I stand on some of my WIP's. This is of course not a full run down, because there are always WIP's that go into hiding that I find months later. First up, I have a sweater that is going to be a Christmas gift. It's the Herbst Rosina Jacket. This pattern is a bit of a challenge. I don't know if it's due to being translated, but some of the wording isn't clear as I go through the pattern. Knowing how to knit a sweater helps a lot, as you know how things should be working. I would say this is a bit more of an intermediate pattern. There are increases, decreases, lace patterns and cables. Even though it may be a bit complicated at times, the sweater is gorgeous. It really is so pretty. I chose Miss Babs yarn. This is Yowza! What a Skein, in the Cloak colorway. It is amazing to work with. It's not necessarily the softest yarn I have worked with, but my goodness is it squishy. It is absolutely perfect for any sweater that you want to just snuggle up into. It's also sturdy enough to hold up to a pattern. Just perfect yarn. Untitled//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Next up with have my Afmaeli sweater. I have made this once before, but it met an...unfortunate end. It will get a new life as a pillow case. >.> This one is going to be a bright and cheerful variation. I think I finally managed to get a picture of the color that is pretty close to true. It's such a beautiful vibrant purple for the body. The yarn is Periwinkle Sheep Merino in Aran weight. I have the colorways of Plum Crumble, H.R.H., and Stones Dancing in the Fog. It's beautiful yarn. Like the Miss Babs it is very squishy, yet sturdy. I do love that this particular yarn is not a solid color. It has slight variations in it, which gives a great look to a stockinette sweater. Sometimes sweaters can look a bit plain in a solid color, but this yarn is fabulous for giving it some definition. Untitled//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js This is a very new WIP. I started these only yesterday. They are Hermione's Everyday Socks. I am using Camelot Dyeworks Percival, in the Midnight Express colorway. First off, this is the first time doing the Hermione's socks. The pattern is so simple, and will give a great texture. However, it should not be used with such a bold variegated yarn as this. I can't see the pattern what so ever. I will probably just keep going, but I haven't decided. There is a good chance I will rip back to where the cuff ends and just do a vanilla sock. This yarn has so much detail already that a pattern just can not compete with it. The colorway is really pretty though. Untitled//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js I also have Honey Badger socks on the go. These are the socks that just will not end. I don't know why. I love the pattern. I think it's probably the yarn. It is Schoppel-Wolle in the Kleckse colorway. But, I have to be honest. Even though this yarn is very pretty, it is so splitty! It just keeps giving me trouble as I knit it. So, I keep putting it aside. Untitled//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js Last, but not least is a sock pattern that I am currently designing. I can't give many details, other than this sneak peek. Untitled//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js

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