For one of the few projects I'm currently working on, I'm making a baby sweater for one of my cousins. Par for the course; I usually have at least one cousin who has a baby per year. Gives me an excuse to make baby stuff again.
However, this time I decided that I should use some of the baby yarn I currently have in my stash, the majority of which is three mostly full skeins of some baby acrylic I bought for a blanket, all in different colors. That shouldn't be a problem; if I use one of the other colors as an accent color I should have plenty of yarn for a sweater and...
Yep, I'm almost out of yarn. And I still have another sleeve and the trim to do. And the only reason I don't have less than that is that I realized that I was running low on yarn about four rows away from starting the striping sequence you see at the bottom of the sweater there, and therefore deciding to start it early and then make up the length using the other color.
That may not be enough, though. I may have to rip out at least part of the other sleeve, and do some more hacking of the pattern to get them to match. But right now I'm just carrying on as normal, hoping that the ball doesn't run out.
On the other hand, there are good endings to some things: