I think I have mentioned before that I have a horrible habit of not finishing projects. For one reason or another, I get part way (or sometimes almost all the way) through a project and then just don't finish. Case in point, my Seascape Stole.
I started that project a little over a year ago and it is only slight further along in the pattern than shown in that post. I wasn't using the charted version of the pattern and it has many stitch types in each row that have to be repeated so I got frustrated with exactly how much concentration it was taking and stopped. I found it in its project bag (really just the shopping bag I bought the yarn in) and decided that I needed to finish it.
Once I get this done, I'm going to finally piece together the sweater I knit in 2010 for NaKniSweMo! I've been on the search for the perfect buttons for this project and finally just realized I should make the buttons myself. I have all the tools and supplies to do, don't know why I never thought of it before.
After that has been completed, I need to go back and frog a coin lace shawl I also started in 2010. (Wow, 2010 was a good year for starting and not finishing projects). I stopped because I had made so many mistakes in the lace (that I didn't discover them until it was well past the fixin' stage), and I knew I would never wear it. Now that I have more experience with shawls and lace, I think this should be an easy project to complete. I love the yarn I was using and the pattern. Which is good, because if I didn't like them it would be silly to pick up the project again.
I'm sure in between finishing these projects I will start others. I have a lot of yarn purchased over the last year (mostly from my favorite store) that is just calling at me from my stash.