I haven't got any new FOs to show off, but have been making progress on some of my WIPs.
My Burridge Lake Afghan is a real labour of... well, not love exactly, but definitely like. I think it's because it's such a big item to be making (about 2kg of yarn) and because it's heavily cabled, each patterned row needs attention and I also find that my hands get a bit achey after a while. I'm still plodding on with it though and it'll be worth the time and effort involved once it's finished (which will probably be in another year, as it's taken me nearly two years to get this far). I think if I keep it in sight, I'll knit on it more. The first panel's finished and I've done five of 16 repeats of the middle panel. Then, the another side panel's knitted, reversing the cables on the first one before the three strips are sewn together and a top and bottom border added (which I'm going to knit on rather than sew on).
So, that's it for now. I've also got my Kadril Orenberg lace scarf which I've put away for now until I can print out a better quality copy of the pattern as my printer was on its last legs when I first downloaded the pattern and the copy's a bit fuzzy and is difficult to read.
That's all for now. I suppose I'd better actually do some knitting or crocheting, rather than just typing about it!