There is the studio project, the Kauni Damask which is slowly growing: The pictures don't do it justice it fairly glows and shimmers in person, and I am very pleased with it and the way the numbers worked to put in the sleeve steeks.
Even though it is slow I am enjoying working on this sweater in the quiet of the studio. with no distractions, I can just become part of the rhythm of the knitting, it is very soothing.
Then there is the carry around project, the top-down raglan for Rayne which is just endless stocking stitch, until I get to the front pocket of the hoodie, which will have a cat face. I had gotten the sleeves knitted to the ribbing, and the hood to the 3-needle bind off, so yesterday at the studio I finished off the sleeves and hood. Now there is only the miles of stocking stitch to finish the body. Great for carry around knitting.
Also, yesterday, I got around to ripping out the fronts of Trip Trap. So that is ready when I get back to it. Yes it truly must be fall.