Can you multitask while knitting?

Michelle is going to finish knitting the Christmas Stockings for her grandchildren in no time.  The pattern is Ann Norling #1019 . With the Intarsia nearly completed, the next challenge will be the heel turn.  Then it’s free sailing until the toe!

She started working on a baby blanket gift, the pattern is a basic feather & fan.  The yarn is Malabrigo Rios (Worsted: 100% Merino, 210 yards of hand-dyed gorgeousness).

Elizabeth’s Curve of Pursuit afghan is coming along; it measures 38″ square. She was trying to decide how big to knit it.  The village agreed that she could continue until she was out of yarn; Cascade 220 Superwash (Worsted: 100% Superwash Merino Wool, 220 yards). 

We are always attempting to push the boundaries of multi-tasking.  Mary babysits for her nephew and occasionally brings him to knitting. Here I am simultaneously feeding him a bottle while showing Mary where she is with her Aggregate Shawl. She’s knitting it with two shades of Ultra Pima (DK: 100% Cotton, 220 yards). By the way, Mary is wearing her finished Destinations Top Down Pullover knit with Tahki Rosa (Aran: 100% cotton, 93 yards).  It looks fabulous!

Michelle had a turn with the baby.  She was more adventurous than I was.  She’s actually knitting while holding him.  Then again, she’s probably had practice with her grandchildren.

Mary cast on for her Infinity Wrap, All Wrapped Up knit with Berroco Versa (Bulky: 50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic, 81 yards).