Crosspatch Creations, very fun to spin some not perfectly smooth yarn full of bits and pieces.
Hydrangea Scarf from a Fiber Trends pattern the other night - it's wool/bamboo/silk, so lovely and soft. It's still in need of blocking but am hoping someday soon spring will arrive and I can put the blocking foam out on the deck table to block it out in the warm weather to dry quickly.
And this is the new knitting happening. I found this free pattern on Ravelry, the Holden Shawlette. I'm knitting it out of some of my handspun that was spun from Butternut Woolens merino/silk. The first part of the shawl is mostly stockinette, soon I'll start knitting the lace. I'm going to knit it into a full size shawl rather than the shawlette that the instructions are for. I can just keep repeating the pattern and to make it easier to figure that out I'm going to train myself to read from the chart rather than from the written word which I've always found easier......so this will also be a learning tool.
Soon I'll get back to weaving, I've been away from it for a long time for me and am feeling disconnected from it, not a good thing. Also have a few hundred pounds of fiber to dye but that needs to wait until it's decent enough to work outside.