This pattern was designed for Mashmellow-Rino yarn to create a cohesive finished fabric that minimizes pooling, accentuates colour contrast and stitch definition and beautifully highlights variegated kettle dyed yarns. The pattern contains written instructions and chart style stitch maps to suit all knitters. This pattern is simple to follow and relies on the complexity of the variegation in the yarn to create prismatic knitted fabric. It does not involve complicated stitch work, although the look of the fabric can imply otherwise. To make this pattern you need to know how to knit, purl, kuls (knit under loose stitch) and slip stitch with yarn in front or in back. All of these stitches are simple to learn and can be self-taught using online resources and tutorials.