While at a yarn tasting, I decided to play with Jewel and found a stitch that worked great with the texture of the yarn. I took the usual YO, K2Tog, followed by a knit row and added one more knit row. This accomplished getting rid of the usual bias. It also made the yarn almost stripe in the 3 color dip dyed shades of Jewel. Jewel is 100% Peruvian Highland wool available in tonal hand dyes as well as multi dip dyed colors. There are 142 yards per skein and it is a single-plied thick thin yarn. There is enough texture to be interesting, but not so much that you loose stitch definition. One skein will make a 6" x 38" scarf. It is shown in color 9825 and knit on a US 10 needle. Abbreviations: K - Knit YO - Yarn Over K2Tog - Knit 2 Together Cast on 20 stitches Row 1 - K Row 2 - K1, [YO, K2Tog] - repeat to last stitch, end K1 Row 3 - K Continue until desired length. Bind off loosely. Weave in ends.