Now that the Braid Hills cardigan is finished, I allowed myself the treat of starting a new Fair Isle cardigan over the weekend.
Actually, I have to admit that I had started this Fair Isle cardigan two previous times but haven't been happy with the versions.
This version is coming on a treat and I'm pleased with the patterning.
I've missed doing Fair Isle knitting. Now that I'm working on this one, I realise how much I do enjoy the work. (I must make an effort to darn in those ends as I go along, otherwise it becomes a real pain).
I've also recently crocheted a new coat-hanger. This one is from a pattern by Dottie Angel, you can get the pattern for free, here.
It was surprisingly quick to make and I think it looks very pretty. I must make some more.
Having recently repainted our kitchen, I decided to crochet some yellow bunting to give it a splash of colour - there's nothing like bunting for adding that touch of jolliness.
This pattern is just simple granny triangles.
So that's about it, as far as taking stock is concerned. Obviously there are a number of other projects that I have started, but the ones above are the ones I'm working on at the moment - the others are out of sight and out of mind for now!