A Tumbling Cascade of ribbed cables add extra warmth on the torso. These two versions (TC Mark I and II) are both worked in one piece from neck down.
This design reminds me of two magical waterfalls, one in Zomba, Malawi (I was born and spent my child-time in the heat) and Canonteign Falls, Devon, practically on my doorstep. 220 feet of tumbling water – one of the largest waterfalls in the UK.
Made in LIGHT MOONSHINE - alpaca, silk and cashmere.
SIZE: MARK I: one size fits all – v. baggy: 10-12 (UK) – baggy: 14-16 (UK) - slightly fitted: 18-20 (UK) – fitted: 22-24 (UK)
MARK II: one size fits all – 10-24 (UK)
for you to make
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you will need:
6 x 100g LIGHT MOONSHINE
6 x any other BHR DK yarns
Since materials (yarn and fibre chiefly) and their untold qualities; tactile, soft, bouncy, alive etc., are what we encounter, you could say that our sensory domain is and has been moulded by material interaction. So working with yarn and fibre is a thoroughly rich knowledge and experience based experimental domain that taps into other forms of intellect, memory, intuition etc.. Before we can create or design, we need to investigate, communicate, attempt, discover, play, question, challenge, and do. Mostly knit and unravel.
The more of our mental ability we bring into ‘the doing’ the deeper and more enriching the experience.