Hexipuffs. Invented by Stephanie Dosen, and very quick and satisfying to make. Lots and lots of people on Ravelry have made them, and turned them into beautiful quilts. My effort is beautiful in its own way; none of the hexagons have pictures on them, there is no overall theme, beyond "use up odds and ends as quickly as possible" and I am sewing them together as I go along, as not doing that would result in a box with 700 hexipuffs living in my house, gathering dust, forever. Knitter, know thyself.
There are 100 hexipuffs there - our recent trip to Bristol yielded 8 new ones, and we're doing a lot of driving in the next couple of days, so I should be able to make another 10 or so. The trouble with them is that I can't be bothered to make them when I'm on the sofa, which is where the majority of my knitting happens, as I don't really need to concentrate when making them.
I don't know if they'll end up counting as a Year of Projects project, as I want to make at least another 400, maybe another 600, numbers that make me feel slightly queasy; they are fun to make, and the end product looks great.
Alphabet Blanket for Noah (it's getting bigger, only 8 letters to go and then a border and a lining)
Peacock Mittens (I've bought new needles - hurrah)
Granny's a Square Afghan (still the same, I've ignored it this week)
Idlewood (still yarn)
Owl Blanket (still on hold)
Hexipuff Quilt (see above)
Paper Dolls (still going)
Elephant blanket (still yarn, but I have the pattern now)
*NEW* Peerie Flooers - hat by Kate Davies (for me!)
*NEW* Ringo and Elwood mittens, for the children (too cute!)(I'm going to make them a pair each for Christmas, they can fight over them later)