it would make some wonderful "sprang" bags, a sort of hand weaving or twisting you can do without a real loom. there are some n the fiber arts forum underweaving. i have used peaches and cream and it works out great.
We actually have a hammock swing that's made that way and my sweetheart suggested I make another one. It really doesn't appeal to me that much, though. I won't completely rule it out, it just doesn't inspire me the same way.
Why not have a look on some pattern sites like Ravelry.?
You can search by yarn weight and it might give you some inspiration.
I have done that. I went through all the free patterns, and I think some of the paid ones. My final assesment was that it would make great tote bags (as if I need any more), rugs (I hate rugs), or storage baskets (which are unfortunately not kitty-proof). If the right situation arose, a storage basket might be a good option, possibly a meditation mat or lacey shawl thing. I have been told that I am not allowed to spend a bunch of time making us a picnic blanket that will get thrown on the ground.
So for now, I've listed the 3 blue skeins as will sell or trade on Ravelry, and am holding onto the other two skeins to see if inspiration arises. It's a good thing I got them on sale, otherwise I'd feel REALLY stupid about this purchase.