The answer to that is . . .a lot!
I know I am not alone in this as most knitters have multiple projects on needles at one time. However, I was looking at my Ravelry project board and realizing that I have a lot of projects that have been languishing for many years. I finally put some into official hibernation on the site. I do have every intention of finishing them . . . just not right now.
That being said, I started yet another project. This one uses a yarn dyed exclusively for my friend's business, Yarnover Truck. It is Anzula Haiku in Minty Unicorn. So far I love this yarn. It's so soft and slides easily through my fingers. It also highlights the stitch pattern well.
I know, I just recently started the Seascape Stole, but I have come to find that project takes a lot of concentration and I needed one that didn't. I needed some easy TV knitting.
Enter the Vicissitude Tank and Cowl by The Sexy Knitter.
My husband was fascinated watching me knit in the round. I realized I haven't knit many projects in the round, and never anything this large. All the sock knitting I have done is either on double pointed or two circular . . . it just doesn't look the same to a non-knitter as knitting rounds on circular needles.
I've made a promise to myself that I will finish at least one of these recently started projects before starting any other knitting project. Of course, that doesn't stop me from starting a sewing project.