Sometimes the yarn dictates the project, doesn't it?
I saw this yarn the other day by the winding table at The Weaving Works, Crystal Palace Mochi Plus yarn in #612 (which I believe is called Seafoam) and I just had to get a bit. Of course, I had no idea what I would use it for, but I loved the feel and colors in this combo (its referred to as a slow self-striping yarn).
I decided to do a quick cowl pattern just to see how the striping would work with it. Turned out kind of cute! Super easy to do (done in just one afternoon).
I just did a foundation chain of about 25 inches, joined into a circle, then did rows of single crochet stitches until it measured about 8 1/2".
I added a dark charcoal single crochet border at the top and the bottom, just because I am very inspired by light/pale with dark these days, but you could certainly leave that off.
The changes in the colors create lovely stripes of blues and pale greens. I bought 3 skeins, but only used a skein and a half for this project.)
I have added this to my Ravelry page (why did it take me so long to get on the Ravelry bandwagon??)