I started teaching a class on knitting Norwegian sweaters at the local yarn shop last night. I figured it would be only appropriate to have one of my own on the needles, so I started this new sweater about the same time the kids went back to school. It's for my hubby - you can see the finished goal in the leaflet. I really only get to work on it during those morning times when I'm nagging the children onward through their getting-ready-for-school routine. In its current phase, I call this my zombie knitting projects, as I need barely be conscious or I can be multitasking (i.e., the movie has subtitles).
Something a bit more challenging, but only a bit. Some socks for hubby. This is the last of a kilo of grey rag wool I had bought. After about 4 pairs of gray ones, I decided to dye the rest maroon to give a little variety. I am making this up as I go along, hence the need to do both socks at once. The calf shaping is done by transitioning the wide cabled rib into regular rib - we'll see how that goes.
Last thing to show is one half of a pair of pumpkin hats for a friend who just had twins. This has been such a cute pattern - I've probably made a dozen of them for friends and family.
Was I the only person doodling in the margins during the Board Meeting? I find I can't help it no matter how much attention I am paying. The pen in my hand practically demands to be put in contact with the paper. Names and agenda items have been blurred out to protect the innocent, as they weren't boring - just meetings in general.