Kid Seta Noir is a fabulous lightweight mohair blend that offers just enough sparkle. One of the wonderful traits of kid mohair is the warmth relative to the weight of the garment. I don't often knit with laceweight yarns as I worry that I will never get to finishing the project and mohair is not the easiest to frog (especially on a plane). I've been tempted to make something out of Kid Seta Noir for a while, but have not had it speak to me until recently. This cowl is actually a wonderful travel project - it is lightweight (just one skein) and a simple 2 row pattern, so if you have to pause it is not too hard to figure out where you are. Light & Lacy Cowl Designed by Shannon Dunbabin Cast on 91 stitches on a US 8 (16" circular needle). Join in the round, careful not to twist. Place marker. Begin pattern - Row 1 - Knit Row 2 - K1 *[YO, S1P, K2, PSSO] - repeat from * Continue until reaches desired length. Knit one more row. Bind off very loosely. Weave in ends.