Obviously, I am. I have discovered that I really like the color orange. It can be autumnal when it has reddish or brown tones. Or it can be bright and summery like in these two examples.
This is Fifi, done in Rowan Calmer, in the discontinued Tangerine color. I got this as a Ravelry destash. I'm not really sure that it's a good color for my skin tone, but regardless, I like the color because it reminds me of Orange Creamsicle pops. Very yummy and summery! Unfortunately, I'm going to have to frog back quite a ways. My gauge is a bit off, and I thought I could get away with it since Calmer is so stretchy. The top does fit, but I have to admit it is just too small and is the cables are stretched in unflattering ways when I try to wear it. I thought about adding short row shaping for the bust, but I decided I'd just be happier redoing it in a larger size. Also, I saw this version (Ravelry link), which has some extra cable twists at the top, and I wanted to incorporate that.
And this second one is Coral Seas, (ie. Emerald Seas from last summer's Knitty). I'm making it in Tahki Cotton Classic. The color is actually called Flamingo Pink (which is not that appealing), but it looks to my eye like it's a more orangey, coral-like pink. So there. Now, I picked up this yarn on sale at my LYS because it was the right gauge that I was looking for. After I got it home and looked it up on Ravelry, I was alarmed by the inordinate number of dishcloths that have been made with this yarn. I have nothing against dishcloths, of course, but I didn't want to look or feel like I was wearing one! Luckily, it is working out fine so far. We'll just have to wait and see when it's all done.