Everything I'm knitting right now is big, hundreds of stitches in a row, if I get through four rows in an evening that's an accomplishment. I have nothing small and portable in the works right now. I also have a stash full of onesies-twosies skeins of the nicest yarn Lion Brand ever made (and when they realized this was not part of their business model promptly discontinued) the late, lamented Cotton-ease. So the Caps to the Capital project came along at the right time.
I accomplished a lot of things yesterday, including cleaning months' worth of spiderwebs and dead bugs from my little front porch (it was very Addams Family) and repairing the latch on the storm door, which involved working outside in the oppressive heat and humidity for over an hour, which was followed by my second shower of the day. I have a real sense of accomplishment though, I took the door apart, figured out what was wrong with the latch, replaced the broken pieces and put it all back together, and it works! So today I can bask in that accomplishment and stay in out of the heat. I need to do laundry, but otherwise I plan to park myself on the couch in the air conditioning and knit itty bitty hats.