This is an afghan I'm working on for my living room. I got a lot of this yarn when it was on sale at Wal-Mart. Purple is my favourite colour and green is my second favourite, so I really like this yarn. So far I have used it to make tiebacks for my living room drapes and a wrap for me. I have plans for some pillows and another afghan for my bedroom.
This is a zippered sweater I've been working on for myself for not quite forever. I got stumped on the sleeves because the instructions were so poorly worded, but I have finally figured that out and am well on my way to one finished sleeve. However, it's been so long since I've worked on it that I'm afraid I might have forgotten what I figured out. :-) Notice the purples and greens again.
This ruffled scarf is almost finished. I don't know why I don't just sit down and finish it off. Perhaps because I've been too busy at the sewing machine.
This is a baby afghan that I started several years ago. I finished a cardigan out of the same yarn for my grandson,
but the yarn is not pleasant to work with. It has a shimmery strand in it that tends to separate from the rest of the yarn. By the time I finish it (if I ever do), my grandson will be too old for it, so I will just save it for another child. Besides I already gave him a much nicer one:
Ah yes, I actually do finish projects occasionally.