The Market Bag came off of my needles this week, and it is super cute, I just haven't taken any pictures of it. My criss cross garter is also halfway done, but at the moment it looks like a lopsided rectangle with random holes down the sides. It will be a long while before I cast on the second piece as I had the brilliant idea of knitting worsted weight yarn on size 0 needles. Oh my hands! I nick named the 0's "Squiggles." Grams gave them to me, which means they are older than I am.
Most of the day today was spent working on the garter, and watching Firefly, so now I'm trying to resist the urge to run to the nearest store, buy a bunch of yarn and make a Jayne hat. I will lose this battle eventually, especially since I know several people who would love to have a Jayne hat of their very own. I've also been thinking about an awesome Mario Afghan I saw on the Crochet Me blog. I could do that, and if I can't, the bat lady can show me how.
Christmas knitting is also on my brain at the moment, I know that I am going to make Branching Out for both Mom and Grandma, out of Debbie Bliss Pure Silk. Colton who will turn 1 in October will get an afghan, his mom April will probably get the Doctor's Bag from Knit Two Together, and I'm thinking Clapotis for Rae. I can't think of anything to make for the men in the family, if you have any suggestions please send them in my direction.