Nine squares into the Lizard Ridge Afghan, and I am not bored with it at all.
One might think an afghan is a poor choice for summer knitting, but this particular pattern has a lot of short rows, which means a lot of turning the work. (I don't like to knit backwards) So, this afghan is done in small blocks, perfect to carry in a summer bag.
I am using Noro Kureyon in two colorways, the green is Cascade 220, and the rust is Berroco Ultra Alpaca.
Nine down, lots more to go!