I'm really not very good at making things for the right season at the right time. It's not so much a problem with sewing, but as knitting is a longer process, it's a bit more noticeable. I encountered this with my Rosa sweater;
I finished this in January, but it was too cold to wear it for 3 months - definitely bad calculation on my part.
I think I've got the same issue with my recently-started cable cardigan. So far I've made good progress on the back and I've just started to reduce stitches at each edge to form the armholes;
I love the cable pattern and the choice of yarn, however I'm on my 3rd ball of wool already (the pattern requires 12 50g balls) and am realising that this cardigan is going to be COSY. Which is great, as living in the UK, warm clothes are the order of the day. However as I'm probably going to finish this at the beginning of the Summer, it may be a bit warm to wear it much.
On the other hand, let's hope it really is too warm to wear it much for a while, particularly as I will probably be remaining in Scotland for holidays this year!
Anyone else have the same issues with making the wrong thing at the wrong time?