The crocodile mittens are all packed away in fresh Chinese food containers.
My biggest finish was DH's sweater. Fingering weight Silky Wool in a pattern by Knitty.com, Leo. I hope he finds it fits and it's comfortable. I don't need to knit him another sweater. Especially in a fine yarn.
The Baa-ble hat was a delight to make. I am happy to jump on the sheepy band wagon.
What are the recipes that define Christmas for you? For my daughter it's Peanutbutterscotch squares. This is a great recipe from the 1970's and my version is type written by one of my big sisters.
For my son, it's shortbread. I am proud of this recipe and send it out as gifts.
I love the anticipation of watching my amaryllis bulbs bloom. Gave away the pink and the white ones this year. My sun room is the best spot to grow them.
And the mitten banner. It is a delight. I haven't put out all the decorations this year, but I am happy with the ones that are sharing our season with us.