Kimmy's Dumpling - made from Kimmy's scraps - will hopefully be lined at some point and used as a sock project bag.
What happened to Samantha you may ask. I am still working on some finishing touches, you will probably see it next weekend.
I started a project, probably for the Angie with yarn I bought on a crawl through the Philly area, sponsored by her kewlness Min, when Angie was in orientation.
I am knitting it up on size 15 needles... blech. When I first started knitting I was convinced I would never, never knit with anything smaller than an 8. Now I say nothing smaller than a 1. And 15's feel very unwieldy, I will power through and finish.
In my 52 in 52 group ( we plan on knitting/crocheting 52 items in 2010) I am done with 32. The afghan and Samantha this weekend will bring me up to 34. I am making some mini socks which should be quick knits... sigh. I started the year off so well. But, even though I am not ruling it out, I really don't want to resort to a handful of dishcloths on New Year's Eve.
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