Designed by Hannah Miller, of Windblown Fibers in Casper, Wyoming. This cowl is meant to be worn close to the neck to cut the cold and wind. Color-work pattern evokes water and trees to symbolize how nothing on the earth is permanently established but always growing and changing, and the effort we make to put our roots into something solid.
This pattern is appropriate for an intermediate beginner! It takes two skeins of Laramie yarn and US size #9, 24” circular needles – NOT INCLUDED.
The hat is made with Mountain Meadow Wool Laramie, worsted weight yarn. Laramie is a rustic yarn that maintains its closeness to the earth flavor! It is a semi-worsted yarn that has not been combed, which means that there can be some neps and a little bit of the prairie in the yarn. Laramie has great loft, bounce, and beautiful stitch definition This is a yarn that you would love to let slide through your fingers. It is 100% wool and must be hand washed and laid flat to dry.