Angelus Novus by Renee Callahan (Ravelry link)

I have so been enjoying this cardigan! The yarn I chose, Little Fox Yarn Vulpine DK, is incredibly soft and wonderful to knit up. Every time I pick this up to work on, it makes me so happy. I am knitting the size M and using size US 9 needles. Right now, I have finished the left side and am working on the right side. This will be so cozy when I finish it!

Skyline Wrap by Curious Handmade (Ravelry link)

This wrap has been a completely joy to knit. My last ‘advent mini’ wrap was not enjoyable, so I was hoping this one would be different. The yarn I’m using is the Stressknits yarn advent calendar from 2020. I am using just the minis and not the full skein from the advent set. All of the colors complement each other, which is making this project much more enjoyable!

Comfort Fade Cardi by Andrea Mowry (Ravelry link)

This was my birthday cast on for 2021, and I am loving all the colors in this fade. Right now, I am feeling a little uneasy about this cardigan. I started off knitting the size M, but faded into the size L at the second round of increases in the yoke. Right now, I’m in the straight knitting portion at the body of the cardigan. I’m afraid I started my fades too soon, because it feels like I’m going to run out of colors. However, after checking my measurements, I did the fades correctly. The yoke also seems a little small, but I’ve read in reviews that this cardigan can grow with blocking. My gut is telling me to keep knitting and let blocking fix the (possible) fit issues, but just to be certain I am going to double check my gauge before I continue any further.

Anker’s Summer Shirt by Petite Knit (Ravelry link)

This was my New Year’s Eve cast on for 2022. I love casting on a summer project, because it is usually done when the weather warms up. I love knitting this pattern! It’s so easy to follow and the ribbed yoke went by so fast. Right now, I’m in the straight knitted portion of the sweater body. It’s made a great movie/tv watching project, so it’s going fast and I just reached the ribbing portion.

These are just a few of my current projects. I have so many projects on the needles, and these are just the ones that have been on the forefront of my mind.


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