All the designs shown below feature at least one size that requires only one hank of yarn. This can be a bit deceiving; a single hank of lace weight or cobweb weight yarn has considerably more yards in it than a single hank of fingering weight (or thicker) yarn. However, with the yarn weight I used to make the sample, it holds that at least one size will require only one hank of yarn. A little note: Socks and mitts are missing from this list. By definition, depending on individual foot/hand size, most pairs of socks and mittens can be made with a single hank of yarn. I didn't want to clutter up this list with obvious projects.