I've been working on my Asymmetrical Sweater, and things are going pretty well. Like many of Norah Gaughan's patterns, this one is well written and structurally complex. Each front is knitted with the front half of each sleeve, then the back is knitted with the back halves of both sleeves.
I'm actually further along than this, but wanted to get the requisit WIP in the snow photo on the blog. Things have been moving a bit slowly with this project due to my own mental blocks. Firstly, since I'm left handed my twisted stitches twist in the opposite direction. This means the knitted pattern is correct, it's just a mirror image of what's on the chart in the book. Also, I'm thinking there's a wee error in said chart. I'm loathe to suggest there are mistakes in patterns; it always seems just as likely that I made a mistake myself. However, I do believe that the suggested beginning and ending of the pattern repeat for each piece of the sweater is a few stitches off in every case for my size. I figure I can handle that by winging a solution when I get to the back, but it makes for stressful knitting. Of course, stressful knitting is also exciting knitting!