Finally, a bunch of photos! First, one each of the two pair of Regia 6-Ply socks I cruised through during various local theater performances.

Next, the beautiful socks my sock pal, Anmaryam, knit for me. It’s Koigu in a gorgeous colorway.

Here comes progress on the Eris cardigan. I’m doing this in KnitPicks Merino Style, and I’m on the sleeves. This pattern has been nothing but fun — clever, clever Girl from Auntie.

I’m making another Cable and Bobble Hat with a scarf to match of my own devising for Michelle, to go with her red winter coat with black buttons. It’s black Rowan Cashsoft DK, which shows up well in the first picture, and not grey, as it appears in the second, but the second picture catches the texture of the pattern really well.

Next, the KnitPicks Dancing socks I started for Mike way back in September while walking the Breast Cancer 3-Day, and finished in line for Soarin’ at Epcot.

Penultimate: Cherry Tree Hill socks for my sister-in-law. I was knitting my sock pal socks while we were visiting her house, and she commented on how she would like a pair of homemade socks, and her birthday was a couple weeks ago, so I’m pushing to get them done. The color is quite a bit less electric blue than it appears.

And last, but not least, the yarn my friend, Sarai, bought so I could make her a sweater. I’m struggling with the swatch. I had thought that working with yarn that I wouldn’t otherwise be drawn to would be fun, but I keep finding it difficult to get to it.