Alright, here's a quick update on my Stash-Busting Challenge.
Now this may look like a lot of progress in a short amount of time, but remember I started this before I even heard about the challenge.
Starting weight of Sugar 'n Cream yarn only: 3191g
Here is the baby blanket I am making for a friend's new little girl.
I'm following the pattern for Dainty Baby Blankie from Premier Yarns, except that I won't be doing a border, and I'm going to be adding a hood. I just love hoodie baby blankets.
I'm using the Ombre Potpourri yarn for this blanket (whose colour is closer to the first three pictures). It's a little more than halfway done with at this point, not counting the hood.
And here are the little cloths I'm working on, the yellow ones which are not yet finished.
The all purple one is just double crochet, for when I was testing out the bauble stitch. I don't care for how it turned out, but that's okay, I was just practicing.
As for the other three, I'm using the pattern from Theresa Grant for Oh So Soft Baby Washcloths that I downloaded from Ravelry. I really love that stitch for dishcloths! And I really love adding some bauble stitches!
So all together I have used about 765g worth of my Sugar 'n Cream stash. Good start I guess! That blanket sure is taking up a lot of that weight, but I'll be doing mostly cloths from all this. Those end up weighing less than 90g each I believe, so hopefully I'll have tons of cute cloths to show off soon!
I hope my fellow stash-busters are doing well!