We have spent the last 3 weekends traveling so I needed to have a good traveling project to work on in the car. I only had one small quilt to bind and I wasn't in binding mode anyway, so I chose to bring the scrappy afghan I am crocheting. Two of the trips were 5 hours each way so I was able to make quite a bit of progress when I didn't have a cat in my lap. Sassy traveled with us for the first two trips so I didn't get as much done on those.
Here is my progress so far and a close-up of the variety of colors I am using. Because of all of the color changes I have lots of yarn ends to weave in, which I don't care for at all, but it's worth it to get this awesome rainbow of color. I am using my cotton yarn stash, much of which is no longer available since Peaches 'n Creme sold out to the Sugar 'n Cream guys, so having all of those discontinued colors in one afghan is pretty cool in my opinion.
As an extra bonus, I stumbled across a cute little quilt shop in Jamestown, ND this past weekend purely by accident as we were leaving the buffalo museum of all places. We had 30 minutes until closing so perfect for a quick browse through the shop and to pick up a few small pieces to add to my stash.