The back of my Exeter cardigan.
I've been suffering from serious case of indecisiveness and lack of concentration and it manifests itself with a pile of unfinished projects. A few of them are just still in the swatch phase for the right gauge but of others I've had time to knit a bit more. The biggest and most time consuming project I've been knitting has been the Exeter cardigan I've been working on for almost a month already. It's almost ready now, only missing its last sleeve. I'm already so in love with it and can't wait to get it all finished so I will get to wear it.
Other stuff I've been knitting is the Bough set. I've knitted the Bough hat already once earlier but never the cowl. The hat is just the right size for my head so I wanted another one and this time I also decided to make the cowl as well. For the hat I used an odd skein of Drops Karisma in mustard yellow (shade #52) and for the cowl I chose the Retrosaria Beiroa that I bought from my trip to Amsterdam last November.
I'm also knitting the Drachenfels scarf and using leftover skeins of Drops Alpaca for it. I first started the scarf with brighter colored yarns but soon decided that I didn't really like how the colors looked together, unraveled everything I had done and started again with black and grey. It looks much better now.
And the last project that I have more than a few rows to show of is a cardigan for the baby. I'm using this free pattern for it but downsizing it with the change of needles and yarn weight. The back is now ready and I've started knitting the right front.
Here's the back of the baby cardigan. I've finished it since taking the photo, and started with the right front.