... but I'm still knitting. I managed to finish the Lily Cuffs in Midwinter Chroma. I made them twice as long, changed to stockinette for the middle portion, and left off the ruffles. I had enough yarn, I just didn't feel like having ruffles tickling my armpits. There is eight stitches worth of increases between wrist and top, just enough for an additional pattern repeat on the rib detail. They fit like very close-fitted sleeves. I may capitalize on that at some point and create a cardigan or pullover if I ever decide to lift my Knit Picks embargo.
I am getting close to done on the Nantucket blue Azami pullover. Since I rarely do a pattern in the yarn called for by the designer, I am disappointed in the lace panels in this thing, which for once cannot be attributed to my yarn choice. The lace is blocky, muddled, and has no real flow from one section to another. I see nothing attractive in having it at all, and I will be omitting it as much as I can from the hood and sleeves, which is all I have left to do. I would imagine having a stockinette hood would be warmer for its purpose, anyway.
After finishing up the True Blood Vlad in Twisted Warlock for the knitalong, my decks will finally be cleared. I have verbally (well, as verbally as you can on the internets) committed myself to the Game of Thrones group's "Knit Watch" knitalong, with two projects. A Catkin capelet in some leftover Knit Picks gloss and other sock yarn, and a Sylvi in Valley Yarns Bulky Red.
I regret that I do not have any pictures of my finished and in-progress items, but my battery pack is currently (ha ha) charging and I wanted to get this out before midnight since I skipped last week.