Wood Warbler Cowl Kit
All the color fun and surprise of a Zauberball, in a super-quick-knitting weight.
With two balls of Gradient—one gray and the other colorful—it’s good fun to make Martina Behm’s Wood Warbler Cowl, Project 7 in A Year of Techniques.
Each kit contains two balls of yarn. The photo shows your three color options. One ball will be a gray gradient, shown at the bottom of the photo. The second ball in your kit will be colorful—at top are the three color options.
The nature of gradient yarn means each ball is wound to show different shifts of color. Rest assured: each ball has a full range of gradient color.
Note: this is for the yarn only. The Wood Warbler Cowl pattern appears in A Year of Techniques—the print edition of the book (which includes a download code for the ebook) is available right here in our Shop. An ebook of A Year of Techniques is available on Ravelry.
Learn more about A Year of Techniques here.
Specs & Details
18 in (46 cm) length at deepest point
520 m (260 m each)
Welcome, stalwarts of A Year of Techniques, and a hearty hello to those joining us mid year. This Wood Warbler Cowl is already a huge favorite around here.
Martina is a wildly popular designer, because she brings an inventive mind to designs that are simple to make yet very clever. You see it and you want to make it—that’s our favorite feeling.
Note: this is for the yarn only. The print edition of the book (which includes a download code for the ebook) is available right here in our Shop. An ebook of A Year of Techniques is available on Ravelry.
Learn more about the whole program for A Year of Techniques here.