I don't know why this is, but when you buy solid colored yarn, you get more for your money. The Sugar 'n Cream Cotton in the solid colors will be 3 ozs., but when you buy the yarn in the variegated colors or what is called the "ombre" colors, it will only be 2 ozs. They charge you full price for both yarns. What's up with that?
So anyway, instead of picking up one of my many WIPs, I CO another dishcloth. I had some yellow cotton yarn in my stash that I thought would compliment the yarn that I had leftover from the Eloomanator dishcloth, and I knitted up The Squidge Cloth. It's a very easy and fun pattern to do. I used US size 6 needles for this cloth. It's very squishy and textured, just right for washing dishes and wiping off the table and counters.
I didn't weave in the end of the ombre colored yarn, so you could see that I used all of about 10 inches of it. Now, I have two Autumn themed dishcloths for my kitchen.