Araucania Huasco Sock is not only a great variegated yarn for socks--it patterns beautifully in sweaters, hats and cowls as well. The yarn is peppered with lovely colors and has a nylon component which helps maintain the shape of your finished item.
Take a look at the lovely Pepper Cowl by Jo Allport! The cowl is a simple lace pattern worked flat with 1 skein of Huasco Sock (model is wearing Pavo Real) and size #3 straight or circular needles. The pattern is available for purchase on ravelry.com.
Fiber: 75% superwash wool, 25% nylon
Weight/Length: 100 grams, 433 yards
Gauge/Needle Size: 7-8 sts = 1 inch on US #1-3 needles
Care: Machine or hand wash gently, lay flat to dry.
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