I have a little idea I'm playing with.
It involves fiber and color.
My favorite-ever project is my Noro Log Cabin Afghan. Not only is it beautiful, but it gets used every single day.
Now I'm thinking I'd like to make another, only this time with each square in a different, hand dyed, handspun yarn. I'm thinking bright jewel tones, and since I love spinning merino-tencel, each one will have the characteristic tencel sheen.
With that in mind, I dyed up a pound of merino-tencel top a few days ago. I divided it into 2-ounce bundles and hand-painted each one with a different combination of bright colors, with the idea that each one will make one square. I think five or six of them will work for this project. The others are duller than I have in mind for this project--not to worry, though, they'll get used in something else.
I've ordered another pound of merino-tencel, so stay tuned!