Save 40%! A very unique combination of mohair, wool, and acrylic in a softly self-striping yarn. The mohair provides a lovely halo, and also softens the transitions between the color changes. Another plus? Look at the yardage! This yarn is liight and lofty, so you get many more yards per ball than you would with a pure wool worsted-weight yarn. Check out the absolutely gorgeous sweater at left -- it's knit entirely in Nashua Geologie. The pattern is by Kathy Zimmerman and can be found in "Knitter's" magazine issue 92, Fall 2008.