I finished the first Hiiumaa sock.
See that teeny amount of blue yarn? That's all I have left. I know these socks are supposed to be mismatched but now they're going to be really mismatched. I dug out a bunch of odds and ends to use for it but in the meantime I got distracted and started a new pair.
This is Unst, also from Knitting on the Road. I missed this one a while back in the knitalong so I'm playing catch up. I'm actually using the suggested yarn, Lang Jawoll, which I got as a gift from Brynne the last time she was moving (not to be confused with her current move).
I cast off my shop model shawl inspired by the Evelyn Clark workshop I went to in May.
Hopefully I'll find time to block it before I leave for camp on Thursday(!).
I also started a ripple afghan for Dulaan.
Rebecca was giving away these natural colored wool. It's a pretty rustic yarn. It's kind of rough and still has a lot of lanolin in it. I was inspired by this afghan made in organic cotton. Crocheting, for me, continues to be a humbling craft. I finished the first two rows since I took this photo. So far, so good.
Now I need to pack and prepare for my Guild presentation on Ravelry tomorrow. You know you can check and see where you are on the waiting list now?