I turned the heel on my newest jaywalker sock. I knitted a few rows on some slippers that may or may not turn out to be a Christmas gift, and I started another dishcloth. I think I'll make a list of all of my WIPs and UFOs and really work on them before starting the thousand other projects I want to do.
Here is another progress pic of the jaywalker! I swear, I feel like the most boring knitter sometimes. I really want to do a sweater for myself. I've never knitted a sweater, and I think it's time. I need some ideas, though. I also need to finish some things that are going first.
My little knitter made a hat for her baby doll, on her knitting loom. Isn't that cute! She has one started for herself on one of the bigger looms, in the green and rainbowish red heart (oh) that she got for her birthday. I woke up Saturday, to the sounds of LD sitting on the couch, knitting on her loom; saying "I'm hungry, Mom. I'm hungry, Mom." Which is the normal chant around here, but she was working on her loom!
It is so neat to see her pick up her knitting! She is very proud of the hat. She has plans to knit her cousin some golf club sock thingys for his 6th b-day. There is a pattern in the knitting loom booklet. I think I'll crochet (double-oh) a golf tee holder. It's neat, I made one for his dad, it looks just like a huge tea-bag for a cup of tea, but when you unfold it, it is full of golf tees.
So, the FO wasn't even mine! LD has knitted (on needles) half of a face cloth for herself. She decided to bind off when it was a triangle. She uses it, too. I think both of my boys started knitting something - ages ago, but never finished anything.
Well, time to go try to set this place back to rights after the weekend. I really don't know why, though, as soon as they get home, it'll be all undone again! Then, I am going to work on those WIPs, so I can show off my own FO.