Things that make me happy right now:
Susan from Schaefer Yarn Company, in the "Laura Ingalls Wilder" colorway. This is likely going to become Storm Cloud Shawlette, Calais, or Traveling Woman. (Is this picture ugly-pretty? I was playing around with fabric and while I don't love it as a background for the yarn, it makes the some of the color in the yarn come out a bit more).
100g of Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock in the Ysolda Red. Tricky to photograph - there are many subtleties to this colorway. I love it. It will likely become socks as I don't know if I can pull off a red shawl / wrap... but it would be stunning!
I finished a pink Milo for a baby girl who should be here any moment now. She's the intended recipient of the ladybug jacket I'm working on (all the knitting is done. Just have to make all the spots and sew them on, weave in ends) - but the jacket could fit the Lorax. So, this will fit her this fall - I used Cascade 220 and knit the newborn size, hoping for a 0-6 month size, following the example of another raveler. This was a really quick knit and fun - the pattern has sizing up through size 4, so I plan to make one for the Lorax as well.
I'm taking a break from my Swirl Shawl - it lost it's mojo. I am unsettled as to what I want to do with it. In the meantime, I have started a new shawl which has been graced with probably my longest project name ever: "Herbivore of Spring Flowers at Twilight"
Herbivore pattern and Indigo Moon superwash merino fingering yarn, colorway "Spring Flowers at Twilight" - I'm loving this yarn - I keep stopping to admire the colors that pop up on the needles.
I've also got a new project to start - a sample knit and it's hush-hush, but the yarn is luscious and the pattern is gorgeous!