Broad Street Mittens take 300-350 yards which I think I have.
The pink isn't a perfect match for my lovely pink duffle coat (it is Isaac Mizrahi for Target that was part of Target's whatever years of designers at Target and I love it, even though it is pretty impractical for rainy Pacific Northwest Weather.
Here is the pink held up to the coat:
I also found two skeins which have to be socks for me (also sparkly):
Friend of the Forest hood pattern. All these colors have different levels of 'going together'--and the red is really a fox colored yarn.
Almina! I had looked at the yarn I thought would work and it turned out I only had 600 yards total and 200 were already part of a WIP (which I really like, I'm not sure why I gave it up, although I would guess it is because the pattern requires a bit more concentration than I was ready to give to it). Anyway, I found this from an indy dyer in Portland--I think it is sport weight and the pattern calls or Worsted but oh well I think I can make it work.
Behind that on the left is a green worsted from Knit Picks which is going to be a hat for me. The light blue is Socks that Rock in a really pretty light blue which could be socks--I just like the color and thought I'd wind it up. It would be good for something cables, which I like for socks.
So that's what--six or seven projects? Plus the Great British Baking Shawl. And the socks I'm working on for Tim. And Speckle Tonic.
Now I'm off to figure out what that other pattern is--it is so pretty.