It's knit with a fuzzy silk yarn that is very stretchy and drapey, but the drape caused problems. The first back piece I knit was 3-4" too wide. Now I know to start on a sleeve, where gauge issues are less problematic and it's a smaller area to rip out. Then I was not so wise.
The sleeves, which I made sure to knit nice and long, turned out to have monkey arms. I snipped off the extra 3" and conveniently was able to add it to the sweater's lower edge, thus making it plenty long enough to cover my tummy and keep out drafts.
And some socks for my mom. They kept getting pushed aside for other projects, until recently when I was in the mood for a simple project. I also wanted to finish them. They're my 13th pair of socks, in about as many years.
I was excited to have finished two projects in quick succession, until I realized that I have nothing to knit! Time to start a couple new projects...