Despite working on my knitting projects quite a bit this past week, I don't have a lot to show for it. At least not here on my blog. I was working on one project that I'm finally able to show. It's a "matching" scarf to the light toque I mentioned about a month ago. It's not really matching anymore because I had to use a few different leftover coloured yarns to get it to a length that was passable. It's still way too short; it only goes halfway down my chest. It still works, though. All of the yarns are variegated and while they don't really blend in, I think it makes an okay scarf. Most of it will be tucked into my jacket anyway.
It's made out of Kroy Sock Yarn and I really love how light it is. Too bad that some unseasonably cold weather has hit us and I'll be switching to a longer/heavier/warmer scarf. There's always late winter/early spring I guess.
I mentioned last week that my project from the Mary Maxim's Knit Club of the Month was due to arrive. Well, it did!! It's a matching hat and fingerless gloves in a beautiful yarn, Mary Maxim's Milan. I hope to start it this week. Here's a shot of the kit:
This shot really doesn't do the yarn justice. It's the Umbria shade if you click on the yarn link above. Once I start knitting with it, I'm sure the variegated colours will show up more. I'll try to get a better photo then.
I also finished (mostly) another of the Christmas stockings and started the third one. Since the seams aren't done, right now they don't look much like anything so I'm hesitant to show them here. I'll try to get at least one seam done for next week.
Needlework Tuesday is hosted by Heather over at Books and Quilts. If you've done any crafting this week, please head over to Heather's blog and use the Mr. Linky to link up your post, so other can enjoy your creations.