It does not surprise me that I tend to knit a colour. An intense colour preferably, with high saturation. I find this in all sorts of places, of late mainly at The Yarn Yard. From there, I have bough five (!) skeins; four reside in my stash (but I have plans for them!), and the other became my Wanidas. [The Yarn Yard is also generally (but sadly not currently) home to the magic carpet yarn which Eskimimi used to make these awesome socks. I also love the colour of those. A lot.]
[pretty freakin' green, if you ask me]
With the Wanidas, after a false start, I feel like the pattern and yarn have married together really well. And I love it when that happens like with feather and fan. Though they are also a brilliant colour, so I'll show you them again.
Over the past year, I have made my first forays into garment knitting, and they also tend to be a colour - though not such a bold one as I would use for socks! I've made a red bolero, and two green jumpers: Cadence and Owls. Owls is probably my favourite coloured one - greatest saturation! - and the best photo I've managed to take of it is still the first one.
If I look over what I knit for myself and what is in my stash, it is mostly purple, blue or green, with a couple of red things and maybe one pink thing. Well, I love colour, but I'm not demented; I know I will probably not suit orange!