Finished: Norwegian Mittens from a class I took from Beth Brown-Reinsel at Stitches West a long time ago. Yarn: Cascade 220; Needles: US 7 dpn. When I dug these up I only had the thumb of the second mitten left to do. They're kinda big, so big my daughter thought they were oven mitts. Works for me, it doesn't get cold enough here to require mittens. I just wanted to learn the techniques, including the Norwegian Purl which I already forgot. If you're on Ravelry there are more details and pictures of this project here (and if you're not, just click on the picture to see others in flickr).
Frogged: Twined Knitted Socks also a class I took from BBR at another Stitches West. Do you know what's harder than making twined knitted socks? Frogging twined knitted socks. While I love the technique I definitely have no need for these, so I'm reusing the yarn to make Twined Knitted Fingerless Mitts (in the queue: Larus+Ardea) instead.
As a bonus to all the finishing up, I'm freeing up the project bags! One of my many obsessions, these will be waiting for the next project I start. Happy Fiber Arts Friday and FO Friday, join the party and leave a comment!