There is still a slot or two available in Thursday's afghan square class. This month you can cast on at home - 46st, knit 8 row. You will need a cable needle.
Here are some February Finished Objects
Here's Nancy's Finished October Secret Scarf...I think it is really spectacular and the photo does not do it justice.
Here's is Dianne's Fabulous Finished Log Cabin Afghan
I also finished a kid's sweater yesterday...in Vintage Chunky - the sweater was Berroco's free pattern for Nantasket. It turns out there is a mostly acrylic yarn I like - Vintage by Berroco and so I am going to start carrying more of it. Right now there are baby colors.
And there is new yarn too.....I am now carrying Cestari (pronounced Chest are ee). This is an almost local yarn - Virginia is right close by and certainly closer than South America. The Cestari family raise Merino, Targhee and Columbia sheep and their basic wool yarn is a combination of all three. There is also some pure Merino too. The wool is milled by them as well. The milling process is a bit different from the average yarn in that it is spun woolen rather than worsted. What this means is that because the fibers are not lined up all going in the same direction (as in worsted yarn) you get a loftier yarn with a different texture to it. Targhee wool also has a lot of bounce to it so knitting with this yarn will yield a different fabric than you might be used to. Even the cotton/wool blend is different (2nd picture)