After agonizing over the February Lady Sweater and whether or not it will fit properly*, I decided to go ahead and finish it. I'm just a few inches from finishing the second sleeve. It seems like it's been like that for the past few nights of knitting. Perhaps today I'll get it done and then I can get it blocked, wrapped and shipped to my sister. Her birthday is next Saturday, so the package needs to be in the mail on Wednesday.
*I suspect that the armscye may not be deep enough to be comfortable. The only way to fix this, however, is to rip back the entire body and sleeves and knit the yoke deeper. I'm ok with doing that, just wanted to give the directions as written a try first. Perhaps it's just me agonizing and overthinking things too much. It may fit my sister just fine too. She's smaller through the arms and chest than I am. If it doesn't fit, I'll have her ship it back to me and I'll re-knit it. I think I can solve the problem by carrying the raglan increases to the end of the garter stitch yoke.
Also on the needles are the Crabby Socks for me. I'm nearly to the gusset on the first sock.
I started another pair of Serpentine Socks for my sister for my Knitting Olympics project. I don't think I'll get them done before the closing ceremonies. Not with the final push for finishing Sis's sweater. The yarn is Mirasol Hacho in the color Deep Blue Ocean. It's a bit heftier than STR Mediumweight so I'm making a smaller size than for the Crabby Socks. It's a nice squishy yarn though. Should be comfy on the feet. Hopefully it won't be too thick for Sis' work shoes.