This is what I do with my time when I don’t have a campaign to work on.
Baby sweater for a friend’s son; still needs ends sewn in and buttons added, but I think it’s pretty damn cute. Fingering weight scrap yarn–I believe the darkest and lightest blues are two different colorways of Araucania Ranco, and I have no idea what the medium blue yarn is.
Current WIP: a modified Clapotis. The pattern’s written for worsted-weight yarn, but I’m using a lace-weight that often behaves more like a fingering-weight, breaks WAY too often, and is a pain in the butt to unravel dropped stitches. (Seriously, I have to ladder each stitch down row by row with a needle. Huge pain in the ass, but there’s something oddly satisfying about unraveling something on purpose. Something there is that doesn’t love a wall.) The dropped stitches will look a lot less messy once it’s finished and blocked. Yarn is Noro Taiyo Lace.