That's the kind of post I'm making today, not some terrible accident I've been in or anything. :)
First, here's a shot, at long last, of the finished Sarah sweater. Hard to take a picture of yourself, but here it is anyway.
The color here is fairly true and fittingly green for today. The pattern calls for a zipper, but I've been using the pretty copper pin instead. Don't know if I'll put in a zipper or not.
Next, here's a shot of the scarf I blocked today:
This is a new iteration of the Columbia scarf I created a while ago but never really got around to releasing the pattern on any kind of widespread basis. I knit this one using Knitpicks Wool of the Andes Bulky and will be submitting it to their Independent Despigner Program soon. It's got reversible cables and the latice looks good on both sides, too, so it's quite versatile. Two skeins of Wool of the Andes Bulky made a scarf that blockes to 10"x70".
That's all I've got today. Like I said, hit and run!