Toddler's and Children's Mitten, by Bev Galeskas, from Felted Knits, out of Porcupine Alpaca, Louet Riverstone, Paton's Classic Wool, andThirteen Mile Lamb andWool. Hand section is knitted and felted. Cuffs are then picked up and knitted. I have not heard whether or not they fit or work. I know they were awesomely cute as knitted!
Aviatrix, byJustine Turner (Rav linky) out of Bernat Alpaca Natural Blends, Debbie Bliss Cashmerino, Louet Riverstone, and Thirteen Mile Lamb and Wool. This is an fantastic pattern, well written, and adjustable for several sizes from newborn to young children.
Mohair Ballet Slippers, by Bev Galeskas, from Felted Knits, out of Mountain Colors Weavers Wool Quarters and Patons Classic Wool, without the mohair...another absolutely awesome pattern from this book. I am ready to cast on a pair for Youngest Daughter, who has worn through her French Press Slippers. I love it when my gifted handknits are loved to death.
Easy Baby Cardigan, by Diane Soucy (rav linky), out of Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino. Both the pattern and the yarn went well together, and worked. Also washable. Diane Soucy wins as a designer for me.
Mothed, by Mags Kandis (Knitty.com link) out of double stranded #2 Shetland...I have no more information than that! Oh, and it's really not Mothed...I didn't really follow the chart.
French Market Bags, by Polly Outhwaite (Knitty.com link) out of Brown Sheep Lambspride Worsted, Nature Spun Worsted, and Louet Riverstone. A great pattern with some adaptation. For me, it was suppose to be a stash buster, but unfortunately, I ended up having to buy yarn to finish. Whatever, the girls love them.
And this one for me...and Apollo...
Ilene Bag, by Hannah Ingalls, (rav linky) out of Maggi's Linen
That's some of what's been keeping me out of trouble.