1 Work by strangelyconflicted in Sherlock (TV)
There were advantages to having the ability to create jumpers out of thin air. For instance, during a chase on an ancient wooden pier, Sherlock not only managed to overdose the person they were chasing on cocaine produced from wood dust and his own hair, but fell into the bay as he was unable to resist having more than a bit of his own concoction.
The jumper John wove around Sherlock's twitching body had patterns shaped like anatomically-correct pancreases. He made the wool especially itchy, just to irritate the insensate detective in his arms, who was currently turning the pebbles embedded in his feet into meth.
(or: what if everyone developed powers in a freak storm)