I finished a few things. Sorry about the picture quality, I'm using the camera on my cell phone which is crappy. Here's the first scarf I knit after my stroke, worn by my friend Lynne:
And here is the red scarf I finished second:
I finally finished that 2 x 2 ribbed scarf in eucalyptus:
I finished the scarf I was knitting before I had the stroke:
Pretty, isn't it? I used a combination of short rows and increases and decreases to show off the hand-dyed yarn. In real life, it has a subtle glow about it, and it's heavier than you'd think, because there is so much silk in it. The pattern will be available soon :)
I'm nearly done with the Rainy Day scarf, also silk and wool hand-dyed yarn, but heavy worsted weight this time. I like the Autumn Hollow knitting needles I'm using, really pretty, topped with amethysts. I like knitting wth them.
Here's the next project I'm making, from Nancy Bush's Knitted Lace of Estonia: Techniques, Patterns, and Traditions. It's the Raha Scarf. I'm using one skein of sock yarn, about 400 yards. It will drive me crazy...but that's why I'm doing it :)
The place where I go to have rehab is out by the Coast Guard's office, and there are these old boats across the street. Guess what? I finally found my North Star: