In the photo you see a vest that I didn't finish in time for the last campaign - but I know there will be another for children's vests and sweaters, so it will go into a box for whenever. It's made from oddballs of yarn, and everybody has been complimenting me on how well the colours work together. The orange is not really as bright as it photographed, it does blend rather better.
On top of the vest are the light blue socks I also didn't finish in time for the last campaign. I keep debating whether to dye them a dark colour of leave them as-is - it's rather the colour of an Illinois summer sky. I worked until the yarn ran out - about 220 yards of worsted-weight wool.
And in the top of the photo are another pair of socks that I started this weekend, deep rose coloured wool with a scrap of turquoise making stripes (3T, 2R, until the T runs out, then rib in rose) at the top. Since Ann said the next campaign is likely to be for socks, these may be my default knitting for a while. I always wonder what "full coverage" means - should we be doing knee socks? Or just as high on the leg as possible with the yarn available?