I did a bit of swatching over the weekend, when I didn’t feel capable of knitting anything smarter.
This is Patons Soy Wool Stripes (SWS). The color is called “natural geranium.” I was going to make fun of that color name until I remembered my August-flowering primrose out on the porch.
Yet Another Loosely Spun Single. I can see why this ended up snoozing in my stash for so long. When I first got on the Joann’s mailing list, I started using my monthly “50% off” coupon to buy a single skein of SWS for stashing.
Now, lo these many years later, I realize that it’s a lot cheaper to not buy yarn than it is to buy useless yarn at half off.
I have two skeins of geranium, and one skein of the brown-and-blue stripe mix. The yarn is pretty, and soft, and has a nice shine to it, but I’m a little stumped about what to use it for. I browsed other Patons SWS projects on Ravelry, but nothing grabbed me.
What have you made with this yarn? Did you like it?