Thanks to an unexpected weekend off during the Nemo blizzard I was able to make some progress on my Harvest Moon cardigan.
(If we extend the moon metaphor, I would say this cardigan is at the gibbous phase.)
Other than my initial RSE/LSE confusion, knitting this sweater has been a fairly smooth process. I had a little trouble remembering the differences between what I was supposed to do at the RSE and LSE, so I pinned the instructions for each to the corresponding edge. That way, the instructions were there when I needed them and I didn't have to think too much (e.g., Am I supposed to slip this stitch? Am I supposed to lift that stitch from the front or back...?) or rummage around for my pattern (which usually involved disturbing a cat that was either snoozing on top of me or sitting the pattern).
I meant to photograph the cardigan during the pocket-knitting phase, because you don't knit each side at the same pace (i.e., you make more progress on one edge than you do on the other, and then you go back and work on the less-complete edge after you work the pocket linings). Unfortunately I had so much knitting momentum during the Nemo blizzard that I forgot to stop and take a photo. If you just follow the pattern, you'll be fine.
The i-cord edge at the bottom makes a lovely finish, but it takes a long time, so I recommend watching a movie while you do it. I think it took me two episodes of House of Cards to complete the edging.
If you have any progress updates, please let me know! I know that Jytte has finished hers already. I can't wait to see it!