On Sunday when I was moving all my knitting clutter out of the living room I realized that I stopped knitting my daily rows sometime in late October. It made me feel like a slacker, so I brought it to work with me yesterday and knitted a few rows. I clipped the last variegated, autumn-leaf-colored yarn and brought some solid gold yarn today to represent the last few weeks of all-yellow leaves. There's not a lof of the gold left so I'm going to knit with it to the end, there are still a few maple helicopters left hanging so it's a valid color choice, and then splice in another brown.
I rolled it out to take its picture and measured it, and it's over 100 inches long. It's Week #46, only 6 more weeks and then I can bind off this beast. Put it behind me.
Aunt B had an interesting suggestion to turn up the ends to make pockets so that I can wind it around and then shove my hands into them. It might work. Way to think outside the box, Aunt B!