It's been pretty busy at work lately, so anything "not work" is pretty slow going right now.
I did finish this little cardigan for Claire, though:
I worked on this sort of "off the top of my head", so there's no pattern, and I didn't take any notes. I just started off and then tried it on her as I went. Generally, that doesn't turn out too well for me, which is why I didn't bother to take any notes; now I wish I had!
I used laceweight yearn on larger needles (2mm), which resulted in a very nice thin fabric. The idea was to have an open-front cardigan with shaping so that it would lie nicely over the at-least-a-cm-the waist of these jeans add to her waist measurement. I didn't really get a good picture of the sweater, and it is very simple, but it is exactly what I wanted! :) It's nice when things work out.
Currently I'm working on a dress for Kipling. I got this lovely laceweight yarn from Knit Picks in "Wonderland Heather", but it is pretty much exactly the colour of Elsa's dress in Frozen, and that's all I've been able to think of since! I'm using Wovenflame's lovely Lace Pukifee Dress pattern. I'm thinking Kipling needs a little matching hat and maybe a little white coat to wear with it. (Winter's here to stay, so might as well take the snow as a theme?)
I don't think I can manage mittens...but wow, that would be cute, wouldn't it! ;)
I leave you with Samara and Edith having a little nap....