I think Toonces here fits that description.
Pattern: Greta the Captivating Cat, by Rebecca Danger
Yarn: Lorna's Laces Shepherd Worsted Multi, in Glenwood
Started: July 26
Finished: July 29
Named for my favorite car-driving cat from 1980s late night TV, Toonces is going to live with Consuelo and David and their on-the-way baby. I made him using a partial skein of Lorna's Laces that was left over from a Baby Surprise Jacket I'd made two years ago. I hadn't initially planned it, but after I'd been working for a bit, I noticed that the variegated nature and colors in the yarn were creating a great calico effect. The yarn is soft and springy and, importantly, machine washable.
I was nervous about stitching on his arms, ears and tail because finishing is not my strong suit and there's no great way to hide these stitches, but again, the variegated yarn worked in my favor masking some of my stitches. I did make a modification with respect to his tail, and instead of working it in the round, I just made a 5-stitch i-cord. Easy as pie, and it looks good.