Ok, if we're going to post one at a time, I can do it.
This is my Cap Sleeve Top, made with the pattern from Handmaiden Yarns, made in Great Big Sea Silk, Lily Pond colourway. I LOVE this pattern and this yarn. I have to knit about 6 more rows on each sleeve to finish it off, just a seed stitch cuff. Yet, it sits there, not done.
And when I took it out to photograph it, I noticed that there is an error in the body, about 6 rows from the cast off edge. I have deliberated about my cast off, I think it was too loose, and this might be the incentive I need to rip it back, fix the error, and bind off a little more firmly.
The error may not even be visible. Basically, this is seed stitch with a row of purl in between each RS row. For the last few rows, I didn't offset the k1 p1 on the RS, so it lines up like a rib, instead of seed stitch. And how did I notice this? I made a complete top in this pattern, with this exact error in the entire garment, so it's a rib instead of seed stitch. I really think I should fix this one. Gah.