The kind of projects I am currently working on knitting wise seem to be never-ending. Either because I knit and unravel a million times or because I've simply just taken on huge projects (blankets, anyone?):
The "Over The Rainbow"-blanket from Drops.
Last time I was in Denmark I went yarn shopping. My mom came with me, and even if she's a great companion in terms of giving advice and ideas, she's not as keen a knitter as I am. However, when she saw the pattern of this project she fell in love instantly and asked me if I would like to knit a blanket for her. Of course, I said, not considering how long it actually takes to knit something that covers your whole body.
Honestly it's not the most exciting thing I've ever knitted: the pattern repeats itself with each fan, but then again that gives me the opportunity to do other stuff while I knit: talk on skype with friends, watch tv, listen to the radio etc. Also I'm usually not into things that are THAT colorful, but that just makes it much more valuable as a gift: it's truly something I am knitting for her. My aim is to have it finished by June, and I'm halfway, so I think it's possible.
Top down pullover
2nd never-ending project is a sweater for Marco. This is the third time I am starting this sweater. Either because the size hasn't been quite right or because I haven't been happy with the shape. Not fun. But I am determined and I will finish the goddamn thing. I'm knitting top down raglan with help from this generator with a double moss stitch to give it some texture. It's getting warmer in Madrid now with spring and everything, so I'm not in a hurry to have it done - my ultimate deadline is August where we leave for a three week trip to Japan possibly with some trekking on Mount Fuji which might get cold: enter pullover.
With these two babies on my hands plus this granny square crochet blanket (mostly for the sake of having something to do while commuting - those little squares surely are a lot more handy on the metro than a huge blanket) I have promised myself that I will not start up any other projects before having finished these. Let's see how long I can keep that promise to myself. Hrm.