One lonely little Whirligig block in progress. Karen from Quilts...etc. has decided to take the plunge and make this quilt, too. Given how awesome a quilter she is, she'll be done way before I even finish the next row. Just take a look at her hand quilting and applique.
Brenda Henning's Triangulations for future HST moments.
One lace shawl needing a good blocking. Mostly garter stitch with some easy and interesting lace bands. Two skeins of sock yarn with leftovers, which will go into Miss P's never-ending mismatched socks.
The boring sleeve from Miss P's yoke sweater in progress. I sent out a sleeve and the body for her to try on. She's at least 5'7", so I can't base the fit on my size. Now the pieces are back and make perfect TV watching knitting. I'm looking forward to working on the yoke.
A brand new lace shawl from the amazing Anna Victoria. This one is Mermaid's Lair, and it is a lovely challenge to knit. I like her charts very much. I'm not one for written directions, but give me a chart, and I'm a happy camper.
And that's all. Pardon me, now, while I get back to work on any and all of these goodies.