[edited 4 May 7:30pm to add photo of Deniasha's "Wisteria"]
Down in Tasmania, Tinkingbell has completed a jacket with seed stitch trim. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get a clear photo of the seed stitch so drop by Tink's blog to get a look at the jacket. Tinkingbell is also knitting a gathered pullover but I couldn't find any photo - sorry Tink!
Rell in Queensland [is it cold there yet?] is working on a secret project - all I could get was this: "a twisted left and right cable". Sure are pretty colours in that yarn, Rell.
Jocelyn, over in USA, isn't participating in the KAL but she left a comment saying that she was inspired "to start a little textured project of [her] own!" I'm inspired by these socks: both the colour and the pattern.
Delighted Hands, who also hails from USA, has rediscovered the joy of slip stitching to semi-disguise stripes.
Deniasha has been having some problems finding the perfect stitch pattern for some lovely homespun [by her sister] yarn. Before the Great Sock Saga she knitted Wisteria.Here is the photo she sent: we hope you can see the cables.
Knitter Sue knitted 53 items in 52 weeks last year; can she do even more this year. She's pretty much on track with these two items.
On 12th April [which by-the-way and totally-off-topic, happens to be DD's birthday] Lilypily was Smitten by Mittens. I love the colours in this yarn and can't wait to see the finished objects. BTW, LP, I hope you're OK; it's been a while since you posted.
In our last round-up, Paisley Womble had swatched for Hanne [isn't she a conscientious knitter?]. Here's part of the Finished Object for you to admire; go to Paisley Womble's blog to see the whole article. While you're there, check out some cute beanies and a gorgeous bookmark.
Finally, thanks to Bells [and, it seems, RoseRed] to inspire us all there is a new book on the market: