here is the short term Project. Sewanee, a shawl. One can never have too many shawls. This one is a navy blue wool sock yarn, with streaks of purplish-pink and greenish blue. It's quite pretty, and I can't wait to see how it turns out. I LOVE that lace at the edge. Whether or not I'll love knitting it is yet to be determined. (Pattern and photo credit goes to Beth Bradford, aka Bethasaurus on Ravelry.)
The long-turn project. It's a sampler blanket. It's 63 different squares, and supposedly by the time I finish them I will have knit pretty much every stitch pattern out there. I chose a teal acrylic for this, since let's face it: I am not rich and pretty much only afford acrylic for such a large project. (this is a Bucilla pattern, vintage from 1964.) Photo credit: jjgordon on Ravelry.
Note: mine will not include a cat. However, Joey will probably try to claim it at some point.