Cowls are the thing I'm knitting. The goal being, to use large hunks of yarn for each project. That should tip the scale towards annihilation but it will, nonetheless, be far from complete. I can tell that already.
Last week on the trip to and from the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival, I knit three cowls. All from yarn I grabbed from 'Sue'. Since arriving home, I have knit two more.
Funky, unspun, artisnal yarn from Pagewood Farm gave me these two cowls.
A longer, twice-round-the-neck cowl, I knit with two yarns; a commercial, multi-coloured red along with an artisinal un-spun yellow. 120 stitches on 12mm needles, with stripes of red garter and yellow YO K2togs.
The long, pinkish one below is knit exactly the same way as the red one above. This yarn, Online Linie 231, is a commercial yarn but again with an unspun look
Below, another cowl with pinkish overtones. Using three balls of Joy, this one is knit across 30 stitches with 12mm needles, changing stitch pattern for each ball of yarn. The first ball was knit in garter stitch, the second ball in stripes of garter and stockinet, while the final ball has three rows of YO, K2tog every 5 ribs of garter. It kept me from being bored.
This cache of cowls is intended for my Christmas give-away box. I am way ahead on the gift prep but lagging way behind on the annihilation.