In Yo-Yo a Go-Go Collection eBook, designer Emily Ross is sharing a collection of patterns that was two years in the making. These patterns were designed to go well with lightly variegated yarn, as well as solids. The word “go-go” is derived from the french expression a gogo, meaning “in abundance, galore”. This in turn, is derived from the ancient french word “la gogue” connoting happiness and joy. With the abundance of double yarn overs, hopefully these projects will bring you knitting joy! Using the same basic pattern repeat, you have 4 magnificent lace projects including a cowl, scarf, stole and fingerless mitts.