One thing I missed was WIP Wednesday last week! I have a good enough reason though - I even took a WIP Wednesday picture and explained it all, but I did it for an interview with the Ravenclaw Aerie!
So, here's my picture anyway....
Quoth myself from the interview:
Upper left, a blanket I'm seaming. Continuing clockwise around the edge, the pink/green thing is my CoMC OWL that I need to frog back to 50%. I'm making a crochet square sampler on the right, slowly turning in squares for classes here and there. (Part of that blanket was on a stop sign last weekend for Transfiguration's yarn bombing assignment.) The furry pink scarf is for a charity called Handmade Especially For You, which gets donations of yarn and they send out kits with the fur pre-placed all wound into a ball, and all you do is get to work with some chunky needles. The pink and brown striped tube is about half of a Hallowed Hands fingerless glove, which is a Deathly Hallows Part 1 inspired pattern by Hufflepuff's Tiggersjp. Finally, the green blob is a fingering weight version of Lehmus-huivi that is part of a challenge in another Ravelry group.
And if you'd like, here's my interview!
I've since finished one of the Hallowed Hands mitts and holy monkey there are a kajillion ends to weave in! I seriously considered not even making the second mitt. But then I tried it on, and, well. It's so pretty. I'll keep chugging along!
Now, in my previous post I promised an avalanche of finished projects. They're still finished and I'm slowly getting my pictures added to posts to document them. So for real this time..... watch out, here they come!
But first I think it's time for a cup of tea and maybe a little bite of brownie. It is a snow day after all!