Whew! And in the spirit of full disclosure, these skeins are on my window sill and slated for gift itiems. I ended up with two extra lids and one box with no lid. Hmmm? You can tell that a lot of my stash is disreputable remnants I can not yet throw out. Sometimes this is a problem with a solution (charity knitting), and sometimes it's just a guilty headache.
What's new is I bought full sweaters worth of blue in the Boxing Day sale for myself.
I am on the last piece of the Bristow (right front) and ready to measure out some brown alpaca from a local farm. I hope, I hope it can be Hey Teach. I'm weighing the yarn today to figure out the yardage. Plus I need to get gauge. This would fit similarly to the February Lady, but with shorter sleeves would be good for warmer weather. I did make my FL too big.
The saddest thing in that pantry, not the UFO or the finished shawl with no one to whom to give it, is the needlepoint I started in 1995. Yes a William Morris orange tree. We used to have the persian yarns at the wool shop that closed several years ago. I'll try to work on the little cushion needlepoint I started, and then see if I am a reformed crafter.
My sewing stuff needs better storage, too. I usually can't get to this corner because of the recycling.
This all fits into the things I will do when I am no longer studying and get my life back. Check that off the list. Now to knit it all.