I've used SAG fiber club fiber from November, and December 2010 to spin yarn for a hat.
November Club was 4oz of BFL, called "Leaves under foot". I navajo plied it, and got 129yds of worsted weight yarn. December Club was Merino fiber, called Northern Lights. Another navajo plied yarn with 160yds.
I've got the hat pattern from Virginia Tullock. It's called Game Hat, and I've been wanting to knit it since last year. I finally got the yarn right, even though the pattern gives instructions for multiple gauges, I wanted to use worsted weight yarn, and it's hard for me to spin thicker.
It was fun to knit, but it turned out too big at first, and the top looked a little funny after the final decreases. Nothing to do, but to rip back and shorten it, and fiddle some with the decreases. It worked out in the end. It fits perfectly now, covers my ears, and forehead well, just the way I like/need it. I "outsourced" the pompom, didn't have the patience to do it myself. It's perfect! Tightly wound, and weighs a ton. It lolls around on top, like the head of a drunk.
I've dedicated this month spinning time to SAG fiber (Spinning Awesome Good), except for my Hades yarn on the left. You can see what I've spun, in the following pictures, minus the two above, which I've already used. I had to push myself to get this much done, but it was a lot of fun. Isn't the yarn pretty sitting on my desk? I think I'll leave it there for a while longer to look at.
Once again, I wish you all a wonderful weekend!