Right now I have two projects, neither of which have been photographed recently. It's mostly because they're large expanses of a single stitch. In the case of the project I've been working on since February, it's a daisy stitch baby blanket.
I love the yarn, a green varigated sport weight Panda Silk, but it's all kinds of splitty and so between the stitch pattern and the yarn, it's not really brainless knitting. And I'm getting bored. It's large enough to be used as a car seat cover, so I may just finish it off and call it done.
The other is a plain garter stitch shawl made from some yarn I picked up at Jimmy Bean's wool on a recent trip to Oregon. It's called "Blurred Lines" and it's a gradient called "Sea to Sky" and is a gradient from white to deep blue. I started a sock with it, but the size 1 needles I had weren't cutting it and the white gradient sort of looked like it was going to last the entire foot, which wasn't really the look I was going for. So I started a triangular shawl, with the deepest blue at the neck. It's small enough, even at several hundred stitches, to be portable knitting, so I've been working on it on the Metro mostly. Sadly, I've reached the point where my brief Metro ride only gets me through a row at a time. At some point I'll run out of yarn...
I will leave you with a picture of my beasties, at 0130 this morning.
It was so darn cute that I couldn't send Niko back to his own bed.