That of finishing the Refined Raglan and being pretty darn happy with it. The frogging theme set early on (see my mid-November posts) continued as I ripped out the neck hem several times before I liked the result and went back and took out the body hem and reknit it, as well. It took switching to the lighter weight yarn after the purl row and going down a needle size. I went down two sizes on the body hem and liked it even better. I then carefully whipped the hem in place, after marking the depth in smooth cotton.
One thing I am noticing is the one inch length on each sleeve where I lengthened them without relaxing used yarn first. I thought it would relax during blocking, but it didn’t completely, or the use of kinky yarn left the stitches more uneven than expected. This Aran yarn has serious memory - even after undoing the body hem, the fabric kept folding back on the previous line until I blocked. But the new hem is flat as a pancake.