This sweater (you may have to sign up (it's free) for the pattern), including the assembly time, is one of the easiest, fastest working pattern I have ever made. It can definitely be completed in one good (good = a long stretch of time to devote to the project only) day.
These pants can be completed so quickly that, as long as the pattern is followed, one can have several pairs made by the end of the day (given, the day has been a good one)
These were made with the same pattern but instead of making a ribbing at the bottom of each leg, I incorporated a version of the crocodile stitch.
I still need to tidy up my tails of yarn and add a closure to this sweater. I'm all for all in one designs...little or no piece work and fast working ones, like this one, are ideal for gifts and make for a productive donation season as well.
Another pair of pants using the above pants pattern (hyperlink shared above). With these, I came to a crossroads. Do I work in the discolored (another color had made its' way into the white during manufacturing) yarn or do I stop, tie a knot and continue? I chose to continue with the discoloration. As it turn out, there were multiple areas in the yarn that were discolored and I would've wound up with several knots that I would've had to disguise. Either way, it would've resulted in a visual disruption.
I absolutely LOVE this pattern! I kept buying yarn just so I could see it in another color! I did have problems with the pattern. The problems were actually with me, the reader, and not the pattern. The pattern is perfect as is. If you try it, there may be some trouble areas around row 5 and again at row 7. If you find yourself getting aggravated 'cause it just ain't workin'...unravel it to the point before it jumped track, put the piece down and REREAD the pattern sloooooooowly. The pattern is gorgeous and well worth the time it takes to understand and complete it. I know not everyone has difficulty with it but for those who do, know the trouble is not in the pattern.
This is a fast working, interesting pattern
This is another pattern by the same creator of the cabled hat above. I love all of her hat patterns!
The afghan below was made using the beautiful pattern from yarncrazy.com and an absurd amount of green and rust colored yarn I had in my yarn box and had so long I don't even know why I bought it.