Nope, I'm not knitting a funky monowing shawl- I'm happy I didn't get on board with that project, no offense. Just not for me, that wing would have made me cry if I had knit along with the clues.
I'm trying to get a jump on the holidays this year. I have a few things planned, and I can't blog about them. I'll try to intersperse them with non-secret projects so you don't see a blank blog.
One thing I can show you is this little guy for my aunt, who I'm pretty sure doesn't read this.
This is a Hedwig owl doll. Or really, what appears to be a sock with wings. It's the Errol pattern from Charmed Knits. I can't say I'm charmed with him now. Hopefully a beak, eyes, feet and jaunty house scarf will make him better.
The other mystery knitting I'm working on is coming out well. All I can say is that here are a LOT of ends on this project. Let me point you over to the knitting in your ends tutorial from sockpr0n. if I didn't knit my ends like this, I would have screamed and thrown it away.
Here are some singles from blended batts from Loop! on Etsy.
She makes amazing batts!
I finished and hooked up another skein of yarn for my Four-Generation shawl. One more large skein to spin and a night or two of crochet, and it will be done.