Souk is a fun new yarn with a tweedy texture and 8 luscious colors per colorway. A Silk/Wool blend with a generous 220 yards/100 gram skein that works up beautifully. I prefer simple stitch patterns since the yarn does most of the work. There are 14 different colorways to choose from. I couldn't resist the Rainbow colorway - it probably has something to do with grey Seattle winters and springs. This cowl works up very quickly in a simple stitch pattern. Materials 1 skein Souk - 55% Silk/45% Wool - 220 yds/100 g US 10 circular needles Yarn Needle Stitch Marker Abbreviations K - Knit sl2 wyif - Slip 2 stitches with yarn in front Cast on 160 sts Join in the round, careful not to twist. Place marker at beginning. 1 - K1, *[sl2 wyif, K2] - repeat from * to last 3 stitches - end sl2 wyif, K1 2 - K Continued until reach desired width. Bind off loosely. Weave in ends and block.