I finally finished my sample knitting for Weaverknits last night. It was lengthy but the end result was awesome. I can't wait until she publishes her design so I can share it with you.
Since I've spent the last two weeks working on it during practically every free and waking moment, I'm kind of at a loss for what to do now. I have another sample knitting project that is ready to be started but I'm waiting on a set of needles I ordered to arrive before I can start.
I did do a little swatching for it last week during my lengthy trip to the doctor's office, to the pharmacy, waiting at the pharmacy, and back to the doctor's office. So as soon as those needles are here, I'm off.
I've frogged the Baby Sophisticate jacket that I started some time ago. It was almost done but I'm pretty worried about it not fitting. I read a lot of the project notes on Ravelry and many complained of problems with sizing. I really like the pattern so I decided to swatch (what a good idea) and then reknit it. Luckily that baby isn't due until October so I still have some time.
At the beginning of September, my Stich 'n Bitch group is having our annual birthday swap. We celebrate everyone's birthday with some good old fashioned swapping. I would really like to knit something for my swapee, even though this isn't a requirement. I've researched some patterns and I'm having a hard time decided between fingerless gloves or a scarf/shawlette. Any ideas?
I think I will use tonight as a brainstorming evening. I've been knitting like the wind and think I deserve a little break.