Marine Layer KAL - What Sarah is Knitting

Marine Layer KAL - What Sarah is Knitting

Sarah is knitting Milli by Cocoknits (pictured below). The Team in general is smitten with these small scarves this season. They are the perfect size to work on while commuting and once complete, just enough to keep the chill at bay, but not so much to be cumbersome and hot.

Sarah likes Milli especially because of: 
+ Its unique shape, allowing the fabric to lie smoothly around one's neck. 
+ It is easily adaptable to the yardage and yarn you would like to use.


Sarah is using Frond Marine Layer paired with Nibble.

+ Nibble is our newest yarn, made from fine wool, grown in Santa Barbara county. These sheep have an important job - their grazing is helping to suppress wildfires. Sarah was raised in that region. So she is really enjoying using this yarn for a project. She chose Lighthouse because the natural white color allows Marine Layer to shine.


Another option for this project is Flock!

+ Flock, our fingering weight yarn made of organic fine wool grown in New Mexico. Use either Granite, Lighthouse, or Sunflower Seed. Lighthouse is pure ivory. Granite and Sunflower Seed are interesting because when the yarn is spun, the mill adds a wisp of grey (granite) or brown (sunflower seed), to the white core. So when knit, every now and then, random stripes appear. This would be very interesting in combination with Frond Marine Layer!


Milli could also be knit using a single strand of Floating (the pink sample above is Floating).


If you have any questions regarding yarns or patterns, please reach out via email!

And, in case you missed it - here are the details on how to enter our Marine Layer Knit-a-long!

Starting now! 
End Date: May 31st, 2024 


1. Cast-on for any project using the colorway Marine Layer by May 31st, 2024.
2. Post photos to IG and / or to our Ravelry group
3. Use hashtag #MarineLayerKAL

You will be entered to win gift cards at Verb!