Now that we've found out that #4 is indeed another boy (shocking, I know), I've been knitting up a storm. I think this kid will have a wardrobe completely comprised of knit items.
So, now that I'm back to knitting, a few things I've been working on:
#1: The Baby Bag! Yes, I will get this done. I finished up prototype #3 and am very pleased with the results. It's knit with a more bulky weight yarn for a much quicker knit, phew. I actually whipped this beasty out in under a week. Silly me knit it a week before the ultrasound hoping we might be capable of make a girl. I'll have to make another in a different color now. Anyway, the new pattern will be much much easier to follow than the last one. It will still include charts, but the more experienced knitter should be able to work it without relying too much on them (or so I hope). All that's left for me to finish the pattern is working out the charts. Knitting the item is easy since supervising children while knitting isn't too hard. Writing up the charts takes more brain power than I have to offer right now. It'll have to get done in small doses.
#2: A soaker and wrap pattern. This one will probably get done after bambino arrives so I can test the end results. What's in my head may or may not work out in real life. I'm pretty excited about the features I've come up with and am hoping they are as good as I hope they will be.
#3: A coverall and sleeper pattern. This will most likely be a new feature on the Adorabubble Baby Britches pattern, good news for those of you who have the pattern. All upgrades are free!
#4: A fairisle sweater/pants set. I'm working on a set for a take home outfit for wee one. We'll see if I can work up the whole pattern. It's time consuming, but I think it'll be worth it. This will be my first time steeking, eeee!