With two KAL deadlines coming up, plus having to finish my One Cable Mitts by May, I was looking and hoping for a way to have more knitting time.
I think I found it. My church is doing a bible study/book study, and we're looking at "The Heart of Christianity" by Marcus Borg. It's definitely an interesting read for those who are interested, but there's a lot there to unpack.
(Also, I can't help but think of The Borg whenever I read his name!)
All tangents aside, though, a friend of mine who is also in this study, happened to have the audio version; of which she was kind enough to lend me a copy. This has proven incredibly useful, as I can sit with my headphones on in my computer chair, and just listen and knit. I'm actually glad I'm listenening rather then reading, the material is pretty dense.
Regardless, though, it gave me my knitting time;
My One Cable Mitts progressed really rapidly, I'm now done the left mitten except for the thumb:
and my Business Casual Socks are now past the heel and onto the gusset decreases for the foot.
I have to finish these by March 31, to make the KAL deadline, so I really don't know if I can do it. Then again, I have finished a mans sock in ten days, so maybe, maybe I can pull that off. If I can't they're actually for a summer birthday, so I've got lots of time to actually finish them, if I just can't finish them for the KAL. But I'm going to try!
Finally, though there's no new picture, I'm done the thumb gusset on the first of the Vancouver Fog Gloves. They're also for a knit-along with a deadline of April 1, but they seem to be knitting up a lot faster now that I'm actually paying attention to them!