“Happy Mosaic Cowl by Diane Augustin”
Happy Mosaic Cowl
It's no secret that I love soft, fuzzy yarn. Add a little bling and that's a bonus! Glam Haze was so much fun to work with. It's an alpaca/mohair/metallic blend bulky, lofty, blooming strand that you can't help but squish and cuddle.

The cowl starts off close to the neck and increases so that it could fit over your shoulders, if you like. I chose two colors of this yarn and decided on mosaic knitting for much of it. I found the rhythm of the slip stitch technique very soothing, which made me happy. Gail's big smile helped me select the name.
I hope you enjoy it, too!

One skein each of two colors of Jody Long, Glam Haze yarn (50 grams, 100 meters, 109 yards/skein).
53% Alpaca, 27% Mohair, 14% Polyester, 11% Metallic Fiber. A total of 218 yards for the project.
Pictured are colors #003 Smoky and #002 Raven.
Size 11 circular needles in 16 and 24 or 32 lengths.
One ring stitch marker.
Yarn needle.

It is approximately an 18" circumference at the neck, 14" deep from the neck edge to the bottom edge and a 20" circumference at the widest part of the bottom. It is knit in the round, from the top down. It is a cowl that may also be pulled over the shoulders.
Gauge is 3, garter stitch.