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« on: February 06, 2006 03:07:02 PM »

So as a Christmas present (haha, yes...my friend and I just exchanged...our scheds were too crazy) one of my very best friends (who is not a knitter) got me two skeins of Joann's Sensations Icee yarn (described as "a feathery chenille").  I have a skein of hot pink and one of white, each skein is 1 3/4 oz (38.29 yards).

Does anyone have any ideas for a small bag using this yarn?  Or a hat?  I'm open to either...just not a scarf, it's not enough yarn...plus I have a bit of a scarf fetish and have entirely too many.

Let's kick off our shoes
And wade through the night
The air's so warm
The moon just right
We'll sing to the stars
And dance by their light
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2006 12:24:11 PM »

I don't know if this would work with your yarn, but you could make a two-toned version of this cabled hat.  It calls for 80 yards of chunky wool. 

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