Just in time for Ravellenics or just chasing the winter blues away with a new project, Miss Babs has arrived back in space with a beautiful selection of K2 and Yowza for us.
There’s still enough winter to need a cozy chunky cowl, and K2 is one of our favorites to wrap up in. 240 yards of Merino in Babs’ colors works up for an instant gratification project. We’re fond of the Boshoku Cowl from Olga Buraya-Kefelian, and we have plenty of other suggestions to get you started.
We also have a giant restock of Yowza, the 560 yard mega-skein of light worsted weight here to meet all your needs. Whether you’ve been plotting a cozy shawl, or tackling a sweater that’s been sitting in your project queue for ages, Yowza works up beautifully in semi-solids or wild variegation. And we love how the mega skeins leave us fewer ends to weave in. There are a ton of beautiful colors for you to pick from, and sweater quantities of most.
- Light worsted weight
- 560 yards (512 meters)
- 100% superwash merino
- 4-5 stitches per 1” on a US 6-8 (4-5 mm) needle
- Colors: Perfectly Wreckless, Blue Ridge, Coventry, Hot Tati Walnut, Bay Scallop, Rock Moss, Blackbird, Zombie Prom, Blue Mussel, BFF, Reishi, Mayhem, Surpriza, Dusk, A Pox on You, Coffee Break, Oyster, Thunderstorm, Oxidized Silver, Slate, Sea Fan, Sand Art, Wild Pony, Dream Weaver, Sugar, Floyd, Biker Chick, Across the Universe, Dunk, Believable, Banshee, TARDish, Mystery Girl, Chinese Foxnut, Chrysocolla
- 240 yards (219 meters)
- 100% merino
- 3-3.5 stitches per 1” on a US 10-11 (6-8 mm) needle
- Colors: You Rang?, Garden PArty, Zombie Prom, Coffee Break, Ansel, Livid, Cacao, Zinfandel, Provence, Deep Sea Jellyfish, Blackwatch, Atlantis, Chinese Foxnut, Paprika, Slate, Oyster, Field Mouse, Surprise, Coventry, Perfectly Wreckless, Funny Papers, Good Morning Glory, Shaken not Stirred, Lost Treasure
Zig Zag Cowl by Amanda Sheuzger in Yowza
Worsted Boxy by Joji Locatelli in Yowza
Ease by Alice Plummer in Yowza
Boshoku Cowl by Olga Buraya-Kefelian in K2
Crunching Leaves Cowl by Casapinka in K2
Alpine Trail by Jill Zielinski in K2