The brown hat is the Brattleboro Hat. I found the buttons at a local fabric store. They were only 50 cents a piece! The red hat is the Urban Shells Beanie and it is tiny! I really liked the pattern though. Both hats were projects to use up scrap yarn.
The shawl is Carol's Clever Little Shawl. It was a very pleasant knit although I don't think it's my style anymore. It's very warm and cozy though.
The scarf is the 5th Avenue Infinity Scarf. That was a very pleasant knit as well. I enjoyed knitting it very much. Although by the time I finished it, it was no longer winter since spring decided to come early. I look forward to using it next winter though.
The shawl and the scarf were knit using Paton's Classic Wool yarn that I got at Michael's. It seems like Michael's is no longer carrying it though which is a bummer. It was a really nice convenience to just go down the road and get a good quality, natural fiber yarn.
There's one more hat that I just finished but I haven't photographed yet. It was another stash-busting project and I should have a picture soon. I've got my next two projects lined up already. I ordered yarn from KnitPicks for those. Meanwhile, I'm trying to use a couple of ounces of wool/acrylic blend yarn I have to make some kind of newborn size sweater. It won't be for my baby since he/she will be a summer baby but it'll be a nice thing to have on hand for any winter babies that will be born.
Keeping my fingers busy has been good for me lately. I like the feeling of productivity so I'm keeping the projects small-ish.