This is the pile of unfinished sweaters that have all mostly been knit -- many of them are blocked and one of them is even seamed -- they all need finishing/resolving. A couple of these are almost old enough to finish themselves. Yeah. Except it doesn't work like that. I have very fond memories of the 2006 Knitting Olympics, and an awesome gold-medal sweater to show for it, and would like to medal in 2010. I'm considering "Finishing" as my event, and here's the line-up.Lamb Wool Linen Jacket (Kit-70) by Setsuko Torii, which I began knitting in April 2009. The thing is loaded with stitch markers of every color and variety in capacity as row counters -- and that explains where they've all been for the past 10 months!
My mother's Habu vest, the Habu Tsumugi 4-panel Silk French Vest, was begun February 2008. (Not a typo.) The pieces are all knit and in need of the requisite "severe blocking"; still, I fear, they are too small.
The newest and smallest of them all is the Kelbourne Woolens Fiddlehead Pullover; knit and blocked in January.
Oblique. Begun December 2007. (Also not a typo.) Knit and blocked. I want this one finished most of all.
This is a "Fitted Jacket" from a Vogue Knitting of a few years back. This one is knit, but needs blocking; I never even whispered about it on Ravelry! I don't know how long it's been sitting around, but it's surely been long enough!
Coup d'Etat. Finished, blocked and seamed, it was deemed a bit too small. I haven't revisited in a while; if not finished, this would at least be "resolved." You know what that means.
Hm. It's quite a pile o' projects. Would finishing/resolving them all be a feat worthy of Olympic gold?
P.S. Thursday blogging trivia: I noticed that this is my 1701st post!