Since finishing the yoga socks, I've been plugging away at the Blueberry Waffles and am now a ways into the foot on the first sock, but paused a few hours to whip out a house-warming gift, a set of bright dishcloths.
The pattern is the Reversible Pips Dishcloth by Hannah Maier, available free from KnitPicks, part of their "52 Weeks of Dishcloth Patterns" series. I found this new (to me?) color of Sugar 'n Cream at Michael's the other day -- "Psychedelic"! You can always use a bit of cheerfulness when washing dishes. Two balls of the yarn made three full-sized cloths quite easily, with a small ball left over.
The pattern works up very quickly -- the only quibble I have is that the finished cloth doesn't lie quite flat. I actually had to block it for the photos. I liked the designer's note that the pips give the cloth "plenty of scrubbing power" -- the psychedelic part was a bonus.
I washed them thoroughly before sending them off, since the yarn did this to my needles and fingers! -- the first time I've ever experienced this with Sugar 'n Cream.