I'm obviously most excited about the items I'm working on, but I do have a few finished items to share. The fingerless gloves are the third item I cast on for (after the Fibonacci Windy City Scarf and the first DNA scarf), and my first project in the round. These were knit on size 4 DPNs with Cherry Tree Hill Supersock in River Run held together with Madil Kid Seta, from a free pattern by Borealis Yarns. I did the first glove backwards (the yarn was on the far DPNs), so there was a lot of purling involved (fortunately wasn't too bad knitting combo style). I also learned how to m1, short rows at the top, and just learned how to pick up stitches. The first glove took months, so I was dreading the second one - but I must have gotten better, since it only took a weekend! They were then stalled at the thumbs, but I learned how to pick up stitches last week, so I practiced on these before tackling the Highland Shawl. The first thumb had some holes at the top, which I was able to fix when weaving in the ends, and the second turned out perfectly. I like the way these turned out, and am looking forward to using the second half of the yarn to make a matching feather and fan scarf.