Oh dear, now that the knitting bug bas bitten, it's all I want to do. The baby knits were fun at first, but I'm ready to move on because truthfully, I'm not sure how much use those baby knits will get. (baby kina pictured above - super quick knit, still needs sleeve seaming and buttons)
Now that I'm back in the yarn mindset, I've been spending some time on Ravelry. My project page is a mess!! I've been trying to do a bit of cleaning up of my projects. My goodness, I sure have a lot of WIP's that I'll never get to. I even found a nearly completed project that I had totally forgotten about, even though I started working on it this past winter! I think it's time to start frogging some of those WIP's to free up that yarn for new projects.
There's a certain somebody in the house who has been having a tough time with the new addition. Seeing me make things for the baby hasn't been easy for her. To share some love, currently on the needles is a knit of the tween variety. I'm doing a big girl version of the Baby Kina. Thankfully, the Lady Kina is free. I'm determined to use what I have, so I'm using 2 strands of fingering weight yarn I have in my stash. I cast on 10 less stitches than the smallest size and I'm using smaller needles, so I think it'll fit. I sure so I hope she likes it, I haven't exactly asked her if she likes the color...
I'm sure before it's all over there will be a middle sister version in the works as well. I wouldn't mind making a mama version, too. With a little frogging, I'm sure I have enough yarn on hand to outfit us all!