It appears that everything I'm actively working on right now is knit in pieces, then seamed together.
A LOT of pieces.
Take, for example the Nautical Blanket (this is a Ravelry link, because KP is no longer selling the kit, so it's not on their website), knit with Knit Picks Wool of the Andes:
And that's not even all of the pieces! It's 27 of the 30 the pattern calls for.
I still have another 3 of the star squares to make.
Then there's the edging of each square, the seaming, the edging of the blanket, and possibly the addition of some backing material. Did I mention I'm making this as a Christmas present? I must maintain my diligence.
I'm also working on two baby blankets. I VERY slightly modified one of the Nautical squares, and am knitting up each square the same but with complementary colors. I've decided to call them the Moderne blankets.
I'm pleased with the way each square is coming out, and I think the finished product will be perfect. They will be a little late, though, as the twins they are for are already about 3 months old. I LOVE this yarn. It's Cascade Yarns Ultra Pima, and it's a dream. Soooo soft and lovely. It's not like working with cotton at all.
There is also another secret project that I've finished and will (hopefully) be able to share soon, and another that I'm busy working on.
Speaking of work, it looks like I need to get back to it.