1. The Gail (Nightsongs) shawl, which I tried last year and fubared pretty badly. I hope I'm on the right track this time. Yarn is Manos del Uruguay laceweight, purchased at the MD Sheep and Wool last year. Or the year before ... can't quite remember.
I got up to row 28 and then realized I was knitting far too tightly, so I frogged and started over. I should be okay till the last row of the chart, when I have to stop and figure out where to resume in the middle of the chart, which is one of the things that threw me last time I tried this pattern!
2. Calypso Shrug/Shoulder Wrap, from the fabulous Sock Yarn One Skein Wonders book.
The pattern is very simple and mindless, but I might have chosen the wrong yarn for it. This is like the crazy-eyes scarf pattern, where you yo1, then 2, then 3 times to make a stretched out pattern. But the yarn is this odd thick-and-thin blend I bought at last year's S&W, and I'm afeared it won't work right when I go to block. But I'm three pattern repeats in, so I don't want to stop.
3. The Beekeepers Quilt, also known as Hexipuff.
I'm going to start sewing these together so I won't be trying to sew 300 of them all at once.
I leave you with this absurdity, which is really a very typical Spinster Beth sort of thing.
Question: Do you ever re-use your spice jars, but don't relabel them?
So that is what I am up to! Don't forget to stop by Tamis Amis on Wednesday, for WIP Wednesday.