I'd bought some Moda Dea Silk'n Wool blend yarn the last time I got a book with the intent of making a scarf/neck/head thingy for me since it's super soft. I've frogged 4 times since starting this morning! I like the feel of it, it's nice and springy, and the slubs add nice texture. One downside, and I don't know if it's due to all the frogging going on, but the slubs of silk start to come out kind of easily.
I think I need to stick with a basic stitch though since more intricate designs seem to get lost in the tweediness effect of the yarn. The color I bought was sangria, and the wool is a great rich saturated color with the silk slubs being a sort of cotton candy color. Here are also the yarn standards if you're interested.
I'll definitely post an image of the scarf/neck/head thingy when I've actually decided on what I'm going to do.
ETA- For some reason I'd had this set to post Sunday @ 11:59am as opposed to when it was actually written, Saturday 11:59pm. Not super interesting to you, but annoying to me.