After making the super-cool Felted Knitting Tote, I'm waffling on whether to make a coordinating Felted Needle Case, one of Patons' free patterns.
1) It's simple.
2) I have lots of leftover yarn.
3) It can be embellished.
1) It may be a little too simple to hold my interest.
2) Thirty-six inches (82 stitches wide) of stockinette stitch. (You may remember me calling large spans of stockinette "mind-numbingly boring" or something to that effect.) That's a lot of knitting to get to the embellishments.
3) It seems designed to hold straight needles, but I prefer circulars (they don't get in the way as much as straight needles do, and the cord allows more space for the stitches), so would I even use it?
As much as I dislike the thought of 36" of stockinette with nary an increase nor decrease, I actually did cast on the other day. Two evenings worth of knitting and I only have 5-1/2 inches to show for it.
I know how I'm leaning, but I want your collective take as well: Do I continue? Frog it? Or keep it as my in-between-projects project?