The stitch pattern of this cowl brings to mind the fragments of a kaleidoscope. The perfect project to showcase a highly variegated, colorful yarn along side a more subtle solid yarn.
This cowl uses 200 yards of a main color and 125 yards of a contrasting color to create a lovely textured effect. A variegated yarn looks lovely as the contrasting color, but two solid colors would also work nicely.
Includes a photo tutorial of the bubble stitch, which is created through simple dropped stitches, and notes to modify the length and width of the cowl.
Many thanks to eledixon for her tech editing skills.