If I'm honest about things, I have four active projects in play.
(For those of you with Ravelry access, you can see all about them here (Woman to Woman), here (Hopeful Socks), here (Climbing Cables), and here (Dwarrowdelf.) There's another that needs to have it's end woven in (a wee hat for a friend's baby, but it has disappeared.
That disappeared thing is more than annoying. First off, it means that giving the hat to my friend when I see her tomorrow. But additionally, it disappeared in the knitting bag in which the Hopeful Socks live. Thus, I can't knit my current best knitting-to-go project.
And I can't knit on the Climbing Cables socks because I still haven't negotiated a replacement for the snapped needle.
That leaves me wtih two large slow-going projects. Woman to Woman is now large enough to be only marginally portable. And... it's not the most comfy thing to knit in the lovely warm weather we'd been having. (note, this is by no means a complaint about the lovely weather.)
Dwarrowdelf is delightful -- even if visible progress does take days (what with the rows now being over 275 stitches and all).
But, even though it's still only about 7 inches wide, it's still not terribly portable. I mean, a cone just doesn't fit in a nice little on-the-go knitting bag the way a ball of yarn does.
I can't decide whether to go on a massive project hunt for the missing knitting bag, or to start a huge hunt in the interwebs for a replacement purple Darn Pretty dpn (they're not currentnly in production). I'm in that icky place where the hunt would mean a level of house-cleaning I'm not excited about, and the DPN replacement is likely to mean spending money I can't afford right now.
Ah well. Dwarrowdelf will be at least mostly portable for a while yet.....