Julie Asselin Douillet
Brand new, chunky, delicious. What, you may be asking, does “Douillet” mean?
It’s French for “cozy.”
A bilingual hand dyer extraordinaire, Julie Asselin sits up there in Quebec cooking up miracles of color.
Douillet defies gravity—a light and lofty chunky weight, it is indeed cozy, soft, lofty, and warm, a non-treated mix of Rambouillet and Columbia wool. Thea Colman’s Chalice Cowl becomes a wonderment indeed when made with Julie’s lovely new yarn.
Please note: pattern not included. The Chalice Cowl pattern appears in Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 8: Merry Making, available in both digital and print editions. Be sure to add a copy of MDK Field Guide No. 8 to your cart at checkout!
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