First up, My Stash for Kerry's Contest.
The yarn for my cabled pullover sweater from Classic Elite Yarn's Summertime Knits. (Forgot to add it into the non-sock yarn stash pile).
And my sock yarn. Skeins accounted for: 108. 51 skeins are 100g. The rest require 2 balls for a pair of socks. So that's a total of enough yarn for uhm, 80 pairs of socks. Ok, don't tell my husband. That's the calculation my Excel Spreadsheet did for me. I think that works out. That's a lot of socks to keep warm in the winter!
Next up, is my WIP's for my very own Group Contest (#6).
Woven Trellis scarf. Been forgotten about since before I gave birth. Also have until winter to finish. This is also for me.
My first pair of socks ever. I used them to practice working on short row heels. First one I goofed, you can't tell in the pic. The one where I started to close the toe, I forgot to knit every other row, so it's got decreases in every row. Oops. They're meant to be ankle socks. They're going to be frogged, I don't like them. They were good practice though. They're a WIP from January/February 2006. (Almost a year and a half old!)
My Column of Leaves scarf with my yarn from Vigo, Spain from my Europe 2006 trip. I have until winter to complete. I'll take a close up of the pattern picture soon, if you're interested in seeing it closer.
My father-in-law's Irish Hiking Scarf (with matching hat to come). I have until his October birthday to complete.
My first cabled projec (Irish Hiking Scarf Pattern)t. I think I did a great job on the cables. Ran out of yarn (almost). Color is discontinued. I want to see if I have enough to finish it into a neck warmer. I'll but a button on it to close it. Eventually I'll see if there is enough to finish. Not much yarn left.
And my last WIP, sock number 1 of the married socks. I finished Jamie's so - I need to finish mine! I'm almost done sock number 1. Just a bit to go before closing the toes. I'm packing it up to come with me to Webs this week. I'll work on it in the car. (I'm also bringing Column of Leaves Scarf and Sean's blankie to work on). (Can you say Knitting A.D.D.?)