100% cotton ribbon yarn crocheted into an infinity cowl, intended to coordinate with the wool/silk top.
The crochet stitch is called moss stitch, or linen stitch.
The feel of the yarn fabric is soft.
Indeed, so superbly soft and versatile.
Hand made by Karen Johnson, textile and jewelry artist.
100% acrylic bulky yarn cowl in shades of lime green, beige, cream, gray-blue and dark gray.
It’s a transitional-weather item.
Yarn is Isaac Mizrahi roving, in color “Sutton”.
Merino wool and silk DK weight knit popover top.
The color is lime alternating with cool gray.
It is mostly stockinette stitch, with a lattice yoke and seed stitch armhole edges.
“I like the crinkly look of the yarn (it’s that way because I had to “frog” most of the front, to re-apportion the yarn).” –Karen Johnson
If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb. … Weather folklore sayings are as colorful as our imagination. … So, if a month came in bad (roaring like a lion), it should go out good and calm (docile, like a lamb).
Like a lion in the sky,
And makes us shiver
As he passes by.
When winds are soft,
And the days are warm and clear,
Just like a gentle lamb,
Then spring is here.”
– Author Unknown
Karen Johnson was Fairweather’s first jewelry artist.
Karen has designed more than 900 unique necklaces, bracelets and earrings for the gallery.
Recently, Karen was approached to repair a vintage brooch for a customer.
Karen researched, found the matching lapis gemstone, completed the repair and had the brooch hand couriered to the gallery for delivery.
Karen is a dear Fairweather friend, artist, and neighbor.
Indeed, Karen resides right across the street!