And this particular FO is...well, to say it is a little different would be a bit of an understatement, methinks. I won't blame you for being overwhelmed, in fact.
"Hmmmm...it's kind of...well, shiny, isn't it, Piggy? And, ummmm, stiff..."
Indeed it is, piggies. That's what you get when you knit with curling ribbon, you see.
"Curling Ribbon? Like for gift wrapping? You can't be serious!"
I'm so not joking.
"Ah. Hmmmmm. Ummmmm...wow."
Oh, yes. It's really something, isn't it? And let me anticipate your next questions: I did it for the Harry Potter House Cup on Ravelry. For Transfiguration class, specifically. The assignment: to create something using non-yarn "yarn". And no, I didn't go out and buy the ribbon; it's been languishing in my wrapping supplies basket for ages.
My original plan was to whip off a quick coaster. I'm not sure what happened, but I ended up with something that (hopefully) resembles a clutch handbag. It does hold stuff...
...but somehow, I doubt it will get much use. It is far too special.
Pattern: Improvised bag
Yarn: Curling ribbon...about half a big whacking spool
Needles: 5.5 mm/US 9 Susan Bates aluminum straights; 6.5 mm/US 10.5 40 cm/16 in Crystal Palace Daisy circulars
I'm sure you're all desperate for one, but I'm afraid Piggy must disappoint you; this is definitely a one-of-a-kind item.