I won't be bringing the test knit though. I've come too far for it to be all that portable, but not far enough that I have any real confidence that I'll be able to finish it while away... in which case, it's really not worth it.
I've finished both sleeves, and now have a really cropped top. I'm not 15 any longer, so that won't do ;) I LOVE the way it fits though, and can't wait to finish it.
Aaanyway, I finally cast on for the Conjunction Cowl yesterday, as that was supposed to be my main London knitting. I wanted to get it started to get a good feel for the pattern before I left. It's super easy and a breeze to memorize, so perfect travel knitting :)
Finally - since I didn't already have enough on my needles - I've cast on another baby blanket. My youngest sister wrote me yesterday to say that "I should just let her know if I didn't know what to knit next" ;) When pushed, it turned out that she could really use another baby blanket for Nora, and since I knit her the first one, I was rather keen to knit this one as well :) Blankets take awhile though, so I did warn her that I had no idea when I'd be able to finish... Didn't stop me from casting on right away though, and I've so far knit 3 squares out of the probably 64 I'll need.
... And of course, I still have my handspun hitchhiker and the ever-present socks. Didn't take any photos of those, but they're also contenders for travel projects.
I'll probably keep re-making up my mind until the very last moment... and then just bring all four of them after all! ;)