Here, let me lay it out for you.
- Year in Temp scarf. Started in January, stalled out in March. Still recording the daily temps though, so I'll catch up...someday.
- Toque Tank. This was the second knit I started during the TTTKAL, after I powered through my Avana. It flew off of the needles...until I hit the armhole and neck bands. This will probably only take another couple of hours of knit time.
- Rock, Paper, Scissors, Shoot! Nearly finished the first fingerless glove! Loving this project, but the colourwork takes a lot of concentration. Maybe a half-hour to finish the first?
- Striped toque. This is for a silent auction for an upcoming family reunion. We're fundraising to buy an outdoor event tent. I'm planning to make a pair of fingerless mitts and a cowl to go with it. This is still in the wips because I just need to finish sewing in ends. Uh yeah. Minutes.
- Henri. The as-yet-unblogged sweater. I adore this thing, it's like a wearable swatch, so much fun to knit! I need maybe a few more hours to finish the front, then onto the back. This got put on hold while I knit my Cardboard Cafe for the Holla Knits KAL. Definitely something that needs to be picked up again soon!
- Fuego in Flames toque. Haha just started this sucker. I justified it because...because. I'm knitting this out of a scrumptious yarn one of my best buddies sent me in March for my birthday. Considering how much I'm loving both the pattern and this yarn, it shouldn't take too long to finish it.
- Amiga for the Heather's Amiga KAL. Just blogged about this. I'm nearly done the raglan increases, but will be holding once they're done to wait for Heather to catch up (she cast on tonight - July 7!).
- Nub of a scarf. Was supposed to be a small lacy scarf using this amazing qiviut that the above-mentioned Heather sent me a while ago. I don't like the lace though, so I guess I'll frog this and find a better project for this yummy yarn. Not that there's a lot to frog.
- SpringTastic Socks. Started this on the way to Mexico, hoping to finish the pair on the trip. Then realized how long fine-weight yarn socks take, so hoped to finish one. Then was just pleased to get past the heel. Uh, these are taking a while. I like them though! Must get back to them.
- Yet another Baby Vest. Same pattern as the pink one I just made. Probably only need another hour to two to finish this one? What the heck, me, just finish it already.
- 5 Hour Baby Sweater. On...5 months? AHA yeah. All that's left is about 12 rows for the hem and buttons, AND THAT'S IT. I...don't even know why this isn't done.
- Silver Star Crocheted Blanket. Started for a friend's baby, took too long to start, baby is now 1.5 years old? I don't think he's getting this blanket. Good thing I didn't tell his parents about it, eh?
- Reverb. Uh so I started this November 2013, and last worked on it during a plague the end of December 13. I do really want this cardigan, it's just been hard to restart this. Maybe I should pull it out again after I finish Henri.
- Alpaca Winter Socks. I think I mentioned these socks (or erm, half of a sock) in the Baby Vest post - they're a community knitting project. They'll be a really heavy and warm men's over-socks. These suckers weigh a ton already!
- Dishcloths! I'm including both of these as one project so I don't go over the holy number 15, shhh. Actually, I've joined another dishcloth swap and they posted both the Happy dishcloth and the Pinwheel dishcloth. I spent that morning working on these instead of cleaning my house and packing for a camping trip last Friday. HAHAHA. The crochet dishcloth only needs another half hour to finish. The pinwheel needs to be seamed and have all the ends sewn in. One or both is going to someone awesome!
I, Heather of Things I Make. Plus Rocks, do declare that I will finish at least 5 of these projects in the next month, and will not start anything else until they're done. I will also finish all of these projects before the end of 2015.
And now it's your turn: how many wips do you have? *arches eyebrow*