[ mood meter excited about the blackberry cobbler i just made ]
so my task for the next few months is to try to use up a decent amount of the yarn that's in my stash. until i do this, i simply cannot justify buying any new yarn. earlier today i was pawing through my big huge 53-gallon storage bin where i keep my yarn (mostly organized by color in big plastic bags), and found a few skeins of yarn that has a stitch gauge of 2.5 stitches per inch on size 15 US needles. i have 4 full and 2 partial skeins of this yarn, which is classic elite weekend cotton. the 4 full skeins are about 100 grams/51 yards. so i'm wondering...what the heezy can i make out of this? it's really pretty...variegated...colors range from medium blue to light green (some might call this celery or celadon or something along those lines).
i'm halfway thinking about trying to make a shawl out of it. i'd make it like i was making one of those tried and true dishcloths:
* Cast on 4 stitches
* Knit 4 stitches
* Knit 2 sts, yarnover, knit to end
* Repeat Row 3 until it's as big as I want it ... then cast off.
maybe i'll try using bigger needles -- size 19 or 20 maybe? -- to make it lacier. that would be a nice experiment. i'll work on it -after- i eat some cobbler. num num :-)