First, another pair of socks. The are plain vanilla, using Susan B. Anderson's "How I make My Socks" recipe. The yarn is a Regia "Mosaic" that I bought in London a few years ago.
Next a sweater that I thought I would love, but I don't. The yarn (Lavold's Silky Wool) may be nice for shawls, but I hated the way it looked after blocking -- seemed to grow in all directions -- so I have since put it through the washer and drier at low temperature in an attempt to shrink it back down. At this point, it all fits pretty well except that the shoulders are huge... and I have broad shoulders! The pattern is also by Lavold, called "Tilia". Bummer.
Next up, two Pointy Elf Hats for my great-niece and nephew. This is Cascade Jewel Hand-dye, which was great to work with. The pattern was super quick, too.
And last but not least, I'm working ahead for the twins' second birthday in February. This is Mia's sweater, just needing a light blocking and the buttons sewn on.