I'm catching up on my Green Apple Tank Sweater. It's slow going, but less slow than it was when it was all ribbing. At least now there's a good mix of ribbing and stockinette to keep me from getting too bored.
Here's how it looks at this moment:
There's about 7 more inches to go on this. Then I have to figure out what edge to put on it to keep it from curling. Or maybe I'll just let it curl, not sure what I'll do yet. I do know that around the neckline I'm going to have to put some type of finish on it. My cast on ended up being very sloppy and it's really bugging me. I also do not know how I'm going to correct that as of yet.
It's all a learning process and I'm learning quite a lot. I love the way knitting keeps you humble. Just when you think you know so much, something jumps up and bites you on the behind. I now know not to use that cast on in the future (sort of a back loop hybrid) when starting a project. I also now know what not to knit for a ahem 39 (plus one) year old in the too sexy sweater department. Every sweater teaches me so much. Maybe more than I really wanted to know.