Meanwhile, I managed to finish the Multnomah shawlette:
The colors are so pretty. This isn't really a shawl, but a scarf which is easier to wrap around your neck under your coat. Hopefully it will keep the recipient warm and that she gets a lot of use out of it.
This little beauty was made with Cherry Tree Hill supersock, US #3 needles (I wish I had used US #4 needles). It took one skein of yarn, with a little left over, and if you put your markers in the right place and pay attention to your yarn overs then this is a quick knit. I'm math challenged, so I had a few false starts where I had to rip it out, but I trust that all of you can count to 10 without getting confused. I can't.
Now I'll move on to my next thing - whatever that is. I was going to make a hat with the much maligned Dried Flowers that I spun, but I seem to have misplaced it. Oh well, it's not the only yarn/fiber that's lost around here. I'll find it.
Here's hoping that all of you managed to keep your handmade pledge and finish your holiday knitting on time.