And finally, after a little break, we can take a look at what Anzula projects are on our needles or in our queues. Theresa leads the pack with two projects already on her needles.She is in love with this new color from Anzula called Irene. Hayley's Comet has been lingering in her queue for a while now, but she hasn't been able to get the four color combination just right. Inspiration hit as she remembered the Esjan that she and Julie saw at Stitches West. Several women had made it in a single color and it was stunning. And like that, Theresa's next project was born!Never one to be content to a single project at a time, Theresa also has plans for a second Anzula project this summer.Hopscotch from Annie Baker of Jumper Cablesknitting is an intriguing infinity cowl that combines several stitch patterns for a lush texture.Theresa is planning on using Anzula Cricket since she has a partial skein left from her seed stitch wrap. She loves to have options when she wears her ponchos, so instead of doing the cowl that is attached to the wrap pattern she already completed, why not make one that can be removed? Should be fun!Kate has a couple of projects that she hopes to cast on with Anzula yarns this summer. In her opinion, Corrugated Box designed by von Hinterm Stein is a pullover that calls out for a neutral tone of Cricket. And she also hopes to cast on for the Cranberry Capelet designed by Thea Colman in For Better or Worsted before the weather cools this autumn.And finally, because it's never too early to plan handmade holiday gifts, AND because nothing says festive like sparkle...we have plans to make Churchmouse Yarns & Teas' Basic Christmas Stockings with Nebula. How much fun are they going to be?We'll share photos of these projects (and any others that sneak their way on to our needles) as they are completed and hope that you'll share your Anzula project photos with us. We look forward to seeing what you make with your beautiful skeins.