This lovely young lady is Kayleigh, a rising senior at St. Mary's College, and a bright and up-and-coming philosopher. She's also a great knitter, as you might expect, considering grand-mother is Ginni Stein.
Her project is the Hitchiker Scarf, an ideal pattern to show off bright multicolored yarns. The simple shaping lets the colors take center stage. Kayleigh used beautiful Huasco, a light fingering weight hand-dyed merino with a great tight twist. It comes in great multicolors as well as semisolids. Here are a few of my favorites.
[caption id="attachment_8427" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Fun colors of Huasco[/caption]