I made a fair amount of progress on my Everlasting Bagstopper. I think I’m about half-way done with it.
I also did a ton of knitting on my openwork lace scarf. I’ve knit an entire skein of the yarn; I do have a second one, but I just ordered a swift and I’m holding off on winding it so that I can use my new swift! Unfortunately, this means that all progress on the scarf has come to a halt until my swift arrives.
Having recovered from the problems I had with Katika last week, I apparently have taken leave of my sanity and committed to try to knit 11 Shawls in 2011. I started Truly Tasha’s Shawl out of a soft alpaca acrylic blend. The body of it is really simple, although the edging looks like it might be a little complicated. It should make a really thick, warm, large, soft shawl. My office is freezing, and I wanted something a little more classy than huddling under a blanket at my desk, so a shawl like this seemed like the perfect compromise between freezing and blanket. I’m still on the first skein (of 8), but I’m making progress!
This is part of Tami’s Amis WIP Wednesday. Head on over and see what everyone else is working on!