When I was pregnant with the youngest kiddo, I started on this wrap-around onesie in delicate beige cashmere:
And then I misplaced it. And couldn't find it until now, when the youngest offspring is almost 8 months and much too big for it. (Also, I have come to the conclusion that there is another baby onesie pattern I much prefer, but more about that in a later post.)
So - even if there's only one arm and some (a bunch) of buttons missing before completion - I've decided to frog it and use the yarn for something else. Perhaps a soft baby pullover.
A more painful frogging decision was this jacket for myself that I started on three years ago:
a dress with the yarn (which by the way is Jaeger Extra Fine Merino Chunky, it's really nice).
The moral here? It's a great feeling to finish stuff, but it's equally nice finding half finished projects, killing them and starting over again with a clean slate!