It’s amazing! It’s Technicolor! It’s a dream (to knit AND wear)! The Amazing Technicolor Dream Cowl was designed to play around with and show off color. Using 15 colors (approximately 40 yards a piece), it’s got a soothing rhythm and knits up very quickly.
Waaay back when, before I was born, my folks had a hippie-dippie shop in the town I grew up in called Radiation. They sold bell-bottoms, waterbeds, and other counter-culture goods. The basement of the house I grew up in was the perfect suburban basement, with old couches, a TV, a pool table, and, taking up one whole wall, the wooden, …
This cowl is deceptively simple. Sure, casting on and binding off both take for ever, but it’s a fun project, utilizing Cat Bordhi’s truly magical moebius cast on and my very favorite I cord bind off and a whole bunch of easy, beautiful knitting in between. In the Schoppel Wolle yarns, it looks like something out of this world.
Take a wee bit of worsted (under 100 yards), a beautiful button, and a few hours and make this lovely little neckwarmer.
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