The 'knitting sticks' that is. I've cast on a Tea Leaves cardigan for myself. The yoke is almost finished and it's looking good. The only hiccup so far was dropping my knitting to attending to a yelling child and dropping two stitches which unravelled two rows! I almost cried. My husband sympathised (yeah). I've picked them up, but they still look a little dodgy. Hopefully it won't be noticeable when finished.
I'm also making progress on my Short and Sweet crochet cardigan. I'm up to the sleeves, which require a bit of counting, but once they are done I'll be pretty much finished.
Flowers in the Snow blanket. I haven't spent too much time on this recently and only have this pile of half finished medallions to show any progress. This is a slow burn project though and I do have another 2 years to wrap it up.
I do get a little anxious with three projects going at once, but this allows me to pick a project that I feel like each time I get a moment.
When I used to read books, other than kids picture books or text books, I always kept three on the go at once. One non-fiction, one 'easy to read' fiction and one more challenging fiction. With three books to choose from, I could always pick the type of reading that I felt like - never the challenging or non-fiction at night, and always a 'thinking book' when on the train travelling to work, you know, something to make me look smarter :). I guess my yarn crafting follows this same principal. My knitting projects are mostly no brainers, with whole rows following the same stitch to allow maximum 'zoning out' or meditating. This current crochet project requires a little counting, which I'm not so great at after work at night.
Do you get what I mean?? Are you the same, with a number of project on the go at once? What are you hooking or knitting at the moment?