I haven't picked up the needles for a big project in a while, but have been yearning for something new to work on. I recently cast-on the Jennie Drop Shoulder by Hannah Fettig, and so far it is going well.

Worked from the bottom up, this relaxed pullover [...] features an all-over broken rib texture and an easy drop-shoulder fit for a simply perfect wardrobe addition. 
- Quince & Co 

It is a slow knit, as the yarn and needle size used are quite small (US 3 and US 5 needle size). But nonetheless, it is an agreeable pattern and I am looking forward to seeing the end-result. I have opted out from using fingering yarn, and instead have replaced it with DK weight. I am still working on using up all the yarn I have bought over the years (there are boxes and boxes!), to create things. Not sure when all my stash will be busted, but it's a process, as you can tell. 


Pattern:  Jennie Drop Shoulder
Yarn:  Gloss DK Color Cream. Final number of skeins used to be determined.
Size:  42" (106.5 cm) chest circumference
Needles:  US 4 and 5  (I didn't have size 3)