Well, I figured I might as well get all of my past works out of the way, so I'll post them now and tell a bit about them.
This was knitted on size 15 needles from Red Heart Symphony yarn (everything I've knitted with is either acrylic or novelty. I'm broke, and those whose knitting habit is fed solely on gifts can't be picky). It's about 5 feet long and 15 stitches wide. It's a bit light for my tastes, but one of my friends was raiding my yarn a few months ago and tried to steal it. This is for her.
I love this scarf. It is mine. It's roughly 8-9 feet long with a purple novelty yarn I got for Christmas last year. It's insanely soft, but the thicker strand of the yarn is soo warm. I think it might be chenille. The fringe is just purple fun fur. These were also knitted on my size 15s, as are nearly all of my scarves, and they're usually 10-15 stitches wide.
This scarf is large, comfy and warm. Knitted on various colors of Red Heart from my mom's plastic canvas stash (shhh) on size 15 needles, 25 stitches wide. It's about 8 feet long and you can use it as a shawl if you feel so inclined. The one flaw is that I had misplaced my row counter when I made it, so the sections aren't equal, but I love it anyway. I might eventually frog and redo it though, just to even it up some.
For someone from Michigan who wears t-shirts year-round, arm warmers are a must. These were my first patternless project, knit on size 6 needles with black Red Heart yarn. Nothing in the round (I have an intense hatred of dpns, mostly cause I can never get them to work right), I just knitted a large rectangle and seamed it up, leaving a gap for the thumb. I frogged these today, actually, and I'm currently working on a ribbed version that fits better.
Haha, three guesses as to what these are.
No? They're actually cat/fox/whatever ears. I got a crappy felt pair at this year's Youmacon, and I went and hunted down a pattern for my own. With a bit of tweaking, I should have enough to sell at next year's convention. My friend Melissa is getting a table for her artwork, which alone, most of the time, doesn't get much of a draw, but these should help add to it :). I just have to go out and find some headbands to attach them to somehow....
This little pretty is actually crocheted. I got bored in AP Government one day last year, and had a crochet hook on me for finishing up another project, which was long ago lost.
I grabbed a ball of yarn, keep in mind that I don't really know how to crochet, and this was the result.
Hoorah for slippers. They were knit on size 7 needles using Red Heart yarn in a nice shade of blue. They're too big, but my feet get really cold, so I usually wear them with 3 other pairs of socks, so they stay on nicely :)
More arm warmers. Knit on size 7s from the same yarn as the slippers. My own patter, a p2k1 rib with some stockinette on both ends. They fit quite nicely, and I left the thumb-hole out to maintain the shape of the ribbing. These are so comfy!
Well, that's all for now, I'll have to hunt down the rest of my work later to photograph it.