- Baby blanket, first mentioned here (Ravelry project page here) - I'm in no rush to finish this and am actively enjoying dragging it out (something Adam is very perplexed by, being rather more of a practical nature than me). It's actually not even on my 2011 list, although I am obviously hoping to have it finished before the baby arrives.
- Daddy's Christmas (ahem) socks (they are, in my ahead, never without the ahem, as I'm very aware that Christmas is long gone. Frankly I blame him, since he wanted a longer leg portion than the last pair I knit for him).
- My tea leaves cardigan (Ravelry project page here). I'm absolutely loving this pattern so far (I'm only about 5% of the way in) - really well written and straightforward, and the Madelinetosh yarn (I bought mine here, in the absence of a UK supplier with a reasonable selection) is absolutely gorgeous to knit with (although I'm less of a fan of the necessity of keeping two balls on the go at the same time to avoid any discrepancy between balls of the hand dyed yarn).
I'm a bit incapacitated at the moment - not sure what the problem is, but possibly either sciatic or pelvic girdle pain brought on by the pregnancy. Hopefully the doctor will give me a diagnosis tomorrow. The result is being in hobbling agony every time I try to walk more than a few hundred yards. It's a complete and utter nightmare (you try explaining to a toddler that Mummy not only can't pick him up, but also won't walk round town for three hours pretending to be a train), but I'm trying to look on the positive side - an awful lot of knitting is getting done, and we're spending a lot of time in the garden (so I can go inside and sit down if I need to) rather than going into town or to the park. I'd forgotten how nice our garden is, and am enjoying planning the year's growth (don't hold your breath for anything ambitious). I suspect I may soon be found poring over seed packets again, and I really must get on and order some seed potatoes.
Frustratingly, it's not even very comfortable to hand-quilt, as bending over the quilt to sew makes my back sore, so the sunshine quilt is progressing at a very slow rate. I'm hoping to make some sewing machine progress this week though (notably on Teddy's quilt), assuming sitting on a hard chair doesn't make things worse. All in all, things are ticking along rather nicely on the crafting front at the moment.