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January 08, 2015

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Rilana

How about a lovely lace scarf or cowl.?

Anna

I would do a shawlette :)

Wendy

There's certainly enough to do a fair sized shawl!

Carly

Definitely socks. But I'm on a bit of a sock binge now :)

Sue Gagnon

I would love to see a caplet maybe cabled. I've been making some this winter ..they hug me with warmth from my neck to my elbows and keep off the draft. I love the coloration of each skein. Best of luck.

Mary

I can see some long arm warmers. The color is lovely and I'd throw in some cables with possibly a bit of lace detail on the arms?? Good luck-can't wait to see what you choose to make:)

Kirsten

I would make a Hitchhiker or another one of Martina Behm's shawls. The Lintilla is also super fun.

CL

What about Yumiko Alexander's Lace Lichen sleeves from Rustic Modern Knits? I'd say they'd be beautiful.

Tamara

I would knit socks. I like the relatively new pattern Hiyahiya Cherry Blossom socks.

Jenny

I am going for a scarf. And guys please my blog knittingpatternsandprojects.blogspot.co.uk and please do comment there.

Charlotte

I think you would look great in a slouchy hat in that color... is that creepy to say? maybe. anyway, I vote hat.

Velda

Definitely socks. It's -35 here in IL!

Louise

I think a Shawl to show off the yarn would be beautiful. With some lace patterning.

Barb T.

Well, I would knit K. Mclure's Sockhead Hat if it wasn't 6 degrees with a windchill this morning; that hat is better worn when winter is in the sayonara stage, so being a sock lover, I think Cookie A.'s Monkey socks would be so cute. They are such a fun pattern, and I am itching to make another pair.

Kim

Something with alternating stripes so you can see the flow of the colors together

Emily

I think a lacy, drapey cowl would be pretty.

Joan

A shawl would be nice!

princess di

Mitts so you can look down and see your handiwork. Welded mitts.

Joanne

If you want a challenge, (my next project) knit the Braid shawl by Foldi
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/foldi-knit
Or
Estuary by Tincan knits
http://www.ravelry.com/projects/jio/estuary

A simpler easier shawl (but just as pretty) the Summer Flies shawl.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/summer-flies

Or any socks on the Couriosity Cabinet series or Cookie A socks.

Have fun!

Kathy

They would make wonderful socks, but I think a cowl or shawl would let you show off those beautiful colors a little more.

Karen

Cashmere blend fingerless mitts! And maybe a jaunty lacy beret to go with them if there is enough yardage. The nylon would help the mitts hold up with wear.

Renee

I would go with socks, personally, but I think a cowl would be great as well.

leanne welch

I would go with the mitts, its cold in New England so I am biased!

Mary Kay

I would do socks, something with skinny cables. I have a pattern called Periwinkle Toes that would be pretty.

Mindy

What about Prolix Mitts. They are currently on my must knit list!

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