As promised, I finally got around to posting some finished objects.
Here's my Lillehammer Fair Isle hat. It's made with Cascade 220 on size 5 needles using a free pattern from Cider Moon.
(Background plants provided by DD#1 in the room that holds everything until she moves out.)
Next is the CIC finished vest in U of Miami colors.
While goofing around, I stuck the vest on my head one day. Hey, this looks good as a hat! So I knit one.
This one has a nice big pompom and folds over for....extra warmth?....to look cute? Whatever....
There's also the finished hat that I worked on on the plane ride home. Chaco yarn, size 5 needles, made up eyelet pattern.
(My hats all ended up x-large. Probably because I have a large head and figure that since my head is big, then others must be too.)
Another pair of CIC socks. Had to be creative because.....
drum roll please.....
I ran out of yarn. (You knew that was coming, didn't you?)
This ticker from Ticker Factory is really cute, but it's hard to edit. (And remember my password, but that's another story.)
Then, for moving-out DD#1, a pair of oven mitts (I did an extra green one since I was on a roll). The pink was yarn dyed right before the Jacksonville trip.
See what they did to my needles?
You should've seen my hands!