Other than the jacket mentioned above, I have been knitting the following:
Garter Toes socks. I started and finished these and I love them. I will be making more of these. This pair I knit with Sheep Shop Yarn Company, Sheep Number Three. Knit with US 5 and knit 2 at once so that I could knit from the same wound ball. Garter Toes are knit toe up and since my right leg is bigger due to a bone graft, I made the right toe red so that I wouldn't have to guess which sock is for the bigger leg. (I have to make the upper part of the sock bigger to accomodate)
Mittens. I want to felt them, but only a little. I started them yesterday while sitting at the tire shop getting my tires rotated, balanced and aligned. Yarn is Lion Brand Felting wool. I knit them with US 8 and used the pattern from The Knitting Needle (purchased at Patternworks)
I only lack the thumbs and I'll finish them today.
Springy Koigu scarf. This one is crocheted. Lots of fun, lots of crochet. :-)
I taught a co-worker to embroider on paper (cardstock). So far she loves it.
The urge to sew has come alive again. Mainly because I need some new slacks for work, and store-bought slacks just don't fit me. I don't know why clothing manufacturers think that if you have a big butt you must have a big waist to go with it. So it never fails, that if I buy slacks to fit my butt, the waist is HUGE. It's not even alterable. So I have to make them. Anyway, I had to clean my sewing room (for some reason it has knitting stuff everywhere). In my cleaning, I uncovered one of my favorite items that I made several years ago for my sewing room, this pincushion. The cup itself is glued to the saucer so it's great to hold a few things, I even have a pair of small scissors in the saucer.
I may need to make one for my friend to use for her paper embroidery. She loves yellow, so I will be on the lookout for a vintage yellow teacup.
Here are some samples of paper embroidery that I have done.
There's one I did for Valentine's Day which is wonderful too but I don't have it scanned.