I live where we can knit almost any time . . .
Hot flashes are a bigger deal to me than summer heat and humidity. I say this as we are in the midst of a week of hot days (without air conditioning). I have gotten 87 rows of my cardigan knitted and will move it to waste yarn for photos when I get to 90, then return it and continue with the armhole shaping. I am knitting this to take photos for the book I am writing.
The light colored yarn is marking off every 20 rows from the beginning of the body. I like keeping track. The scrunched areas are where I randomly put a cable repeat. Every 4 rows I start a new one in a random location. Again, it keeps the knitting interesting.
Hot flashes and 90 degrees is making me very grateful for the fans we have.