I've had either strep or flu since Monday... (still waiting for the verdict on this... depending on whether antibiotics work), and I've done a lot of sleeping, some lying about with no energy to do anything but shiver, but, when the Tylenol is working, I've also done some knitting here and there.
I did finish off the first sock for the Knit Sock Love KAL, though it was not much of an accomplishment... I had it done through the first two rows of ribbing (toe up) on Sunday, and I didn't get sick until Monday. (I hope I didn't make Grandma or anyone else at the party sick. Bluh.) I only had to do 13 more rows of ribbing and bind it off.
I also finished the sleeves (only about an inch from being done, anyway), and seamed the shoulders and knitted the collar on the Wrixlan Jacket. The sleeves are blocking (slowly, because I blocked them on top of each other, to force them to be the same), but here is a picture of the body with the collar. Unfortunately, I used selvedge stiches on the front neck edges. They should have been slip stiched, because the collar is picked up on the *inside*, which means the selvedge stitches show. Oh, well...
I also cast on the Draped Cardigan. Love the yarn. Love the color. Love it, love it, love it.
So, I've knitted about an inch on a sock, about an inch on two sleeves, made one collar, and knitted a couple of inches of green ribbing. This is not a great deal in 2.5 days, but, after all, I'm sick. (Knitting makes me feel better, even going slow.)