And so I do. Along with gathering up projects long-planned but delayed in execution (off with their heads!), I have also been gathering up WIPs. By which I mean, if I am going to be entirely honest, I have been sidling up to my WIPs, trying not to make direct eye contact, lest they charge.
However, I have finished two of them. They are two of the most recently cast-on, admittedly, but they are, nevertheless, off the needles.
The first is the Leif Slipover, which I knitted for Older Daughter.
Here's what made me knit it, though.
The cables are cool, though.
OK, I'm over it. I also finished a project which is the exact opposite of this one in every way.
Bias Before and After scarf, and it's intended to be a pair, which can be worn together or separately, in two different colors (my second color is a gorgeous teal green). The ends are beaded, which adds a lovely weight to what is otherwise a weightless (but warm and soft) scarf. And, as promised with this pattern, it is ugly (really ugly) during the knitting, but the blocking changes everything.