It's been sitting in my Bermuda Rectangle for quite a few years now, and I started it because truly, a neutral-creamy cotton-blend cardigan would be very useful in an over air-conditioned office in the summertime - that's still true, but I confess, I'm no longer comfortable with this super-oversized incredibly unflattering and oh so dated style.
In other news, I finished this necklace for sale (it's spoken for) and figured out a good way to make the length adjustable. The one that I'd made for myself sits higher on my neck by quite a bit (it's about 14 or 15 inches), but it's entirely possible that the sort of person who has the disposable income for such as this might have a larger neck, and/or choose to wear it a little lower, which is why it needs the adjustableness.
This is what it looks like from the back, adjusted as small as it will go as shown on me above. The dangle chain is about 2.5", so it could be about that much longer.
I made a hook that lies underneath the last circle, making for this neat, adjustable closure. I'm quite pleased with my solution.