I had hoped I could do the two new mermaid cocoons with what I had left over. At least, I thought it would do for half of each cocoon. After all, she did want them smaller and when I told her the light blue was probably not available, she said the dark blue was fine and I had two balls left over.
Then she tells me she wants them as big as the smaller one I made. Oh, and wider towards the bottom. And a bigger fin.
And then I get to Michaels and they have the Delft blue again.
So, I ended up with 5 balls Delft, 2 balls Waterfall, 1 ball Lagoon, and one ball Woollike in White. A bit more than I wanted, but based on the weight of the other one, hopefully this all gets used up! 170gr x 8= 1360gr, + 100gr=1460gr. $57.30
Yarn In: 1460gr + 8529gr = 9989gr
Yarn Out: 8806gr
Balance: 1183gr more BOUGHT than used
Costs: $57.30 + $372.80 = $430.10 /364 days = $1.18/day
I have some finished mittens and gloves to show, but I know they won't bring me up to 1183gr. If Michaels' hadn't been having their big yarn sale, I wouldn't have bought the Mermaid yarns until after New Year's. And, the annoying thing is, the sale price wasn't any better than any other time it's on sale, but who knows when the next time will be. Perhaps, since this yarn was bought for a specific project, ordered before the end of the year, I should count the finished weight against this year's totals. Along with Marianne's hat and scarf. Or would that be cheating? It is always nice to start the new year with a negative balance with the first project LOL. I've been in a yarn deficit for much of this year, so I should be proud of that anyway!