A cardigan from Quince and Co. Chickadee:
Next I started this top-down cardigan from Brooklyn Tweed's Loft. I'm calling her Lofty, of course.
This one stalled when I needed to graft together the border edging at the bottom. Sigh...
Then I started a vest, and with renewed vim and vigor knit on it like a crazy woman for about a week:
This one is based on a pattern called Drip-Drop by Hanne Falkenberg. Sort of. I tried really hard to get the pattern--her patterns are usually only available as kits, and they are very spendy. But this one is only available in a book, in Danish, from a couple of Danish yarn stores. The cost of the book shipped to Minnesota was going to be well over $100, so I decided to reverse engineer the pattern from pictures. (I usually don't like doing that because I think the designer deserves to get paid for their hard work, but this time getting the pattern was not feasible.) I'm making some changes and adjustments, and I really should finish this before I forget what I did and have to figure it out all over again. However, I'm back a full circle, and knitting the sleeves for Jewelry again (I have knit the first sleeve cap about four times...):
So would someone please kick me in the rear to get some of these finished?