- The red and gray are very basic sock yarn but, it's Berroco's Comfort Sock and is beyond super soft. AND these are Buckeye Colors, and each skein has 447 yards soooooo plenty to make something. I'm sorta seeing a striped shawl, or scarf...perhaps a Diagonal scarf, or something along that line where the stripes really make the project.
- The larger cake upper right Plymouth Yarn Hot Cakes is 404 yards of WW yarn, also kinda Buckeye Colors, which I bought before the solid sock yarn. Since this is self striping and due to being heavier weight yarn would work up quickier, perhaps this is the one that should be a diagonal scarf. Or might this make a fun potato chip scarf?
- Then there's the 2 yummy Queensland collection, Perth....like the fun purple and gray I'm currently using to make the potato chip scarf. But, oh look at those yummy jewel tones
But, it is now just over 33 inches, so lots of headway since my previous picture showing you how well the 2nd lucky skein matched.
Then there's also this Cooper Corgi YUMMY YUMMY yarn from Savannah, Georgia I bought while in Hilton Head a few weeks ago. Two pictures so you could see the front and back of the hank to see the colors.
It's hand dyed and twisted thus the $45.00 price tag for 460 yards of 100% superwash Merino. Softer than butter...
This is the sample of a shawl on display at the yarn shop using the above hand dyed. I really wanted to be able to lay this sample out so it could be seen but was limited with space. I did purchase this pattern.
We've all just eaten a bunch no doubt at Thanksgiving, so perhaps we're thinking how to drop a few pounds before Christmas and New Years. I am not vegan or vegetarian and have NO desire to be, but this tickled my funny bone.
Do you get start-itis? Which one would you start with? Is there a pattern that calls out to you using above fibers?
Are you dieting after Thanksgiving? Let me know in your comments.