How about a project that feeds two addictions in one! This sweater was featured in a 1930's booklet of Weave-It patterns. I might actually give it try. The pattern just calls for 109 4x4 squares and 33 2x2 squares. Am I crazy? (rhetorical question only...)
Update: I'm working on this again. Now have 55 4x4 squares done and a small 2x2 loom now in my possesion. This will keep me busy evenings until we go back to NE in a couple of weeks. Once there, I'll access to Bill's super stash of wool yarn.
Making progress. Here are pics of what I've been up to. A few more squares to weave then I'll be able to assemble it and get on to knitting the ribbing at the waist, cuffs and neck.
I've woven all of the squares and have them stitched together. Not need to do some clever cutting and sewing - think I'll go to the machine for this. Then the fun parts of picking up stitches and knitting the ribbings. Even if it doesn't fit or comfortable to wear, it has been fun.