Okay, enough with lists and smoke detectors. There has been knitting here and I have proof via pictures! So without further ado. . .
Fetching in Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Aran. I made them a little longer at both wrist and finger ends than the pattern specifies, so I used two skeins instead of just one rather than worry about running out of yarn. Destined to be a Christmas present. Oh, and I didn't do the picot bind off, either. :)
Dashing in Gedifra English Tweed. Another Christmas present of the manly persuasion. A very quick knit -- most of the pattern is 4x1/4x2 ribbing with only three rounds of cable twists. These are quite long, which I hope the guy they're intended for will like.
Earflap hats! Three, all made from the same yarn, Plymouth Yukon Print, all in the same color/dye lot, and all three striped slightly differently. Each hat took one skein, but there wasn't anything left to do the braids. I had purchased an extra skein just in case and used that to make the braids. Love the super bulky yarn for quick-knit hats! The pattern came from The Knitting Bee and is very, very simple. Hope teenage boys like these!
The remaining Christmas knitting list is now. . .
Mug cozy (1 more)
Socks (1 more pair)
Felted clogs (one done, one to go)
Block one scarf
Line one felted bag.
I'm getting there!