The Honey Cowl pattern has been a huge hit in the knitting world for quite a while now. As of this writing, there are nearly 15,000 (!) Honey Cowl projects catalogued on Ravelry. I've made the pattern myself once before, as a shop sample at work.
Finally, craving a mindless, pretty, stash-busting sort of project, I decided to make one of my very own. The yarn you've seen before, in this post. And here's the finished product.
I prefer to wear it doubled, as a fabulous neck-warming thingy, instead of as one long loop. The colors are wonky in the pic on the right, but this was as good as I could get it to look. I had to tinker with the color balance to get this version that's a somewhat happy medium where the cowl colors look fairly okay, without my skin looking blue or yellow.
Pattern: Honey Cowl by Madelinetosh
Yarn: Brooks Farm Acero, colorway unknown (mysterious!)
Needle: US 6 (4.0 mm)