First of all, the girls:
Ignore the way they are looking up. They are rolling their eyes at the constant photography, plus Miss Tish on the left looks 3 sheets to the wind the way she is lollying around. Plus she's showing a bit too much leg. She really is a shameless hussy. I'm not thrilled with how her stand up collar top came out. I have plenty of fabric, so I might make another top. Or not.
Here are the 2 well-behaved girls. Notice that they are upright. Barefoot, of course. They don't do shoes.
I started a shawl in a matching yarn for the cutie on the left. Did about 1/2 inch so far, but I think it's too open, so I'm switching needles from a 4 to a 3. No pics, because what can you see with a teensy bit of shawl showing? Not much. Different shaping, so it might become a little prototype for an adult shawl.
Also on the knitting needles with no pics because they are boring: 2nd sock for His Royal Hubbo. Men's socks go on forever. Good TV knitting. Working my way on the mitered border of the Modified Cardigan. Took me 4 tries to get the shaping right on the 2nd miter. Just didn't want to sink into my head, I guess. And then, I want to knit me a pair of socks out of this amazing 75/25 SW Falkland merino/nylon I just bought. Great hand. I might actually put in a more compicated pattern than what I've been doing.
And the quilt! Here's a pic of how it's coming along. I rather like it. It's bright and cheery, and not subtle in the least, but I think it would be brilliant to cuddle under such pretty colors in the middle of winter.
By the way, the shawl behind the girls is my Avira Shawl, pattern available on Ravelry. I thought the color fit in nicely with the center doll.
And that's the story, Morning Glory.