Being snowed in allowed me to take the time to find, learn about, and use my camera remote. (Not that using it is difficult. At all. But from the notes on Amazon, you'd think it was rocket science.) So I spent 2 afternoons taking pictures of some finished objects that didn't previously have modeled pictures.
And let me tell you, it's weird taking pictures of yourself.
Do you cut off your head? It's only the knits you're after, so who needs a face?
Do you look serious?
Do you look mad?
Or do you just go crazy?
I honestly still don't know.
The green cardigan is Mrs. Darcy, knit with 3 skeins of Harrisville New England Highland in the most amazing green. It's a bit wide at the shoulders, but other than that, I love it. Very wearable, especially on top of my favorite outfit. :)
Rav link for Mrs. D.
The orange pullover is Kate Davies's very popular Owls. I completed this over one holiday weekend in the fall. It's actually been on the blog before - Mom took some great photos of it last time she was up for a visit.
It's probably my best-fitting sweater yet, thanks to the fact that I tried it on every hour or so while knitting it. Had I not done that, it would've been enormous. As usual.
My Owlie took 6 skeins of Classic Elite's Skye Tweed, which I think is now discontinued. :(
Rav link for Owlie.
That's all for now. I have some photos of my first finished object of 2010, but that's for some other day.