Starting with 10 mm needles, I cast on 25 stitches with the stash ball, and knit 2 rows. (the whole scarf is knits and yarn overs - simple). The next row is K1, [yarn over twice and knit the next stitch] repeat bracket until end of row. Next row knit all the knit stitches and drop all the yarn over stitches.... pull gently after this row to stretch out the long stitches you have just made. I knit 2 more regular rows, then another yarn over row.... basically one fancy row to 3 knit rows. To make it even more fun, I tied in a ribbon yarn at every third fancy row, and used that larger yarn for the yarn over row, and the knit row back, tied off again and continued with the stash yarn (which was not cut, but just carried on the side for the two rows). The beauty of this is that you can do what you want, when you want and if by chance (like I did) you mess up and do an extra knit row.... who cares, it is so busy and lacey you can't track the design!
So dig down deep into your stash and see what you can create. Definately one-of-a-kind yarn!