Finished the blanket I was making from yarn I impulse bought. Impulse buying craft supplies is its own punishment. Craft supplies hang around the house like sad dogs, whining at the door and popping out of closets when you least expect it. "Come play with me... you promised..." Or is that just me?
Lots of other projects going. I drafted my basic block for medieval clothes making, then drafted a more specific pattern for the kirtle I want to do next. Now all that remains is to iron the linen, iron the lining, trace and cut out the patterns to make the dress (two front pieces, two back pieces, and two sleeves, all in both the linen and the lining), figure out how to line a garment, machine sew the long hidden seams, hand sew the eyelets, make a cord with a lucet or something, hand sew the collar and sleeve hems, try it on, swear a bit, make adjustments, try it on again, leave it to hang for a few days, and hem it. Oh, and finish the smock that goes under it. And make the various accessories that go with it, like shoes and stockings and a better hat that's not made of cheap obvious muslin.
That's just one project.
Also, I have to clean the house.
But first, I'm going to get word count on my novel today. At least that's nearly done--today's word count, that is. Not the novel.