Monday, January 7, 2008

Christmas Knitting is FINALLY Finished!

My SILs socks fit and were finished the day before they arrived for their visit! I have now officially started making a pair of socks for myself. They're just stockinette, but I'm using CTH mill ends in black/grey/plum colors. I think I'm going to love them! It is so soft.

I'm also getting ready to start felted clogs for my husband. He was so patient while I finished them up for his father and brother! I'm hoping to have them ready by the weekend. (I guess they're technically still Christmas knitting, but I feel better fooling myself.) I'm trying to decide what my next project will be. I'm planning on making something for myself. Here are a few in the running....

1. Tangled Yoke Cardigan - Eunny Jang
2. Indigo Ripple Skirt - Kat Coyle
3. Ariann - Chicknits
4. Shedir - Jenna Wilson (I've done this one before, but would love to make another.)

I have the yarn for all these (important when one is on a yarn diet!) If you want to help decide my first project for myself this year, offer up a vote! I'm feeling a bit indecisive! I also plan on knitting a lot of socks for myself. After the first pair is done I'm planning a pair of Cookie A. socks!


Hattie said...

I've got the yarn for the tangled yoke as well, just haven't gotten around to swatching for it! I have several cookie socks on the needles and I love them all!

Kristin said...

Woo Hoo!

Congrats on getting it all done!

I vote on the skirt....It's the one you seem to be the most excited about when we've discussed personal projects. Second in line would be the Tangled Yoke.

WandaWoman said...

You know I recently finished Ariann, so I love mine. I don't think you could go wrong with knitting Tangled Yoke or the skirt. They're all great projects!

Good for you for knitting yourself a pair of socks. Did you see Cookie's newest sock design, Mingus? I love it.

Chrisknits said...

With all the little knitting you've done, I'd say go for a sweater.

Hayden's vest looks great! I hope he wants to wear it often.

Connie said...

Why pick one? I have projects in different rooms of the house so I have one when I need it. One is easy for in front of the TV, one is harder when the kids are watching is boring, but a present for someone, ect.