I discovered a LOT of Prism yarn in my stash. Enough in color way Peony to make an entire sweater, as well as the sweater’s worth of blue (but in two different shades) I already knew about. Plus two skeins of 290 yards each. And the rest of the pink that made Ketch.

Of course, my mind went straight to color work

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The Trefoil Cardigan from November Knits is a classic. The yoke is dull, though.

I have lots of stunning colorwork patterns, though. Like this one from Poetry in Stitches:

Or mosaic knitting. Like the scarf, also from Prism, which will doubtless leave over extra yarn in white and peach.

There’s also this pretty jacket from Scottish Knitting:

Two colors for the roses, fairly evenly divided, plus another color for the lace edging. A bit Bohemian compared to my usual style these days. But it could be awesome. Blue and violet roses with raspberry frost lace, perhaps?

Since I have a really large number of WIPs, I probably have a year to make up my mind.

Also, I need to make this color work design for the babies.

And this one, for which I actually bought a kit. I need to make it before the babies are too old to wear it.