It's rainy and gloom outside today and it totally zaps all of my ambition. I did however get up and go to the Y, so that's a start.
Since today is starting to slip away from me I think it's going to be spent catching up on my knitting. I just finished the best mittens ever. The are knit out off super fine alpaca and lined with mohair and silk. They are super warm and will keep my hands toasty warm when the weather finally drops to a seasonably temperature.
This is a super easy mitten pattern, and they're fast. You can find it on Ravelry.com as a free PDF download it's called Delicious Mohair Lined Mittens. I lined mine in a fun contrasting color. It's like a secret surprise.
I also need to get knitting on some test knitting I'm doing for NoTwoSnowflakes. I'd love to blog more about it, but I'm sworn to secrecy. It's a really awesome project though and as soon as I can say more I will.
On top of test knitting I need to finishes this cardigan:
It's the never ending project, but I guess that's what I get for deciding to design and knit a garment in lace weight yarn. At least it's with size 6 needles. Don't worry I'm not that crazy, I would never knit this with size 2 needles.
I've started some swatching for spring patterns. Lots of garments are being designed and, fingers crossed, knit up for the spring on Blue Betty. I'm going to have to knit like the wind, but here's hoping for some pattern releases starting sometime in late February.
What projects are on your needles?