What Progress I Made

So, what I worked on mostly was the disk you see to the left. Often times even when it hurts for me to knit, I'm still able to crochet. He wanted a bag like one that i made for myself. He got lucky when I started it early because the the base is crocheted. I just haven't felt up to any of the other crochet projects I have, and I wanted to get a start on this because it's going to be fairly large. (He doesn't read this so I'm not too worried about him seeing this and ruining the surprise. Not that there's a whole lot of surprise in the first place.) Also? there will be a progression of cat in each picture, Whiny-butt was interested in what I was doing.
Because I'm putting something in my usual day to day knitting spot, I felt it was only fair to put my sideways sock (which is about a third done now) in the traveling sock spot. The one I had been talking about only a maybe a needle full of stitches worked on between the last time you saw it and now. Mainly the choice was influenced by I still want to move projects out of the queue. It's easier to do that with the sideways sock as I have one done than with the current traveling sock, which is still on it's first. So, that's something to keep an eye on. I'll be keeping the timed sock in it's current place. That's not going to be long to finish now anyhow.
Finally, the Miss Fickle Knitter part, my day to day project is a bag to help me keep track of some things. Probably isn't a great shot of the the knitting itself. I think I was just wanting this photo shoot to get done with. What with the cat becoming more and more interested in playing as I moved and arranged items in what I hoped would be somewhat visually appealing. That and I should have gotten closer here. I'm using a stitch pattern that's causing that scalloping on the edge. Not saying what I picked, but I picked it for a reason. You may be able to guess once I get a good picture of a finished repeat or two, and I'll say, my choice may have been influenced because I know what's going in the bag.

Bright Blessings and Happy Knitting!