I got the thick and thin yarn to make the other half of the entrelac seaman's scarf. The first half colorway was green/blue/turquoise. This second half is red/magenta/purple/orange. I cast the second half on this morning while waiting for DD. I am almost done with it.
Somewhere along the line in the past week, I stumbled on to the Garterlac Washcloth. A cotton dishcloth or washcloth done in garter stitch entrelac. I couldn't resist that one, as long as I am on an entrelac theme. That is in variegated Sugar 'N Cream. Warshrags are highly addicting, and the Internet is full of freebie patterns out there for adding interest and technique. There is even a Yahoo group for a monthly dishcloth (actually two - one for solid yarns at the beginning of each month, and one for variegated yarns mid-month). Damn those Mason-Dixon knitters for finding something else to get us addicted to! LOL
And simmering in the recesses of my mind, there is an entrelac Christmas stocking budding. As soon as I finish these quick diversions of entrelac, I will swatch that one to see what weight of yarn I want to use - fingering, worsted or bulky. I have all three weights in the same colorway, but with hand dyeing differences, I prefer the color ratios in the fingering/sock weight the best. We'll see.
Photos to follow soon.