A day of knitting with a friend has brought Stopover within an inch or so of the yoke. Fast sweater knitting, indeed.
And I was seduced by singles weaving. I dug out some old, old ( damn, I did keep notes - they're from 2010) BFL singles, not terribly thin, but thin enough. Just enough yardage for the warp of a scarf. I wound two bouts. I'll size one, but not the other; I'm curious to see how singles behave. The cone in the middle is a silk (maybe with some cotton?) noil millend. I'd have to double it for weft for a balanced-ish plainweave scarf and I'm not sure there's enough yardage for that. Lots of other choices in my stash, though, one of the pleasures of a copious collection.