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Prism's "Cool Stuff" is a lightweight luxury yarn with a blend of elegant fiber treatments -- thread, ribbon and eyelash --to create an eclectic sparkling delight. Created with cotton, rayon, polyester, nylon and silk all together in one. "Cool Stuff" is available in Prism's 150-yd. half-skein sizes or in full skeins of 300 yards. It knits up exquisitely in scarves, shawls and tunics creating a beautiful, high fashion look!

Shade Cards

Spring 2009
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Spring 2009
Fall 2007
Spring 2005: Color Card 1
Spring 2005: Color Card 2
Spring 2004
Where to Buy This Yarn
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About This Yarn
 BrandPrism [www]
 DistributorPrism Arts, Inc.
 Made InUSA
 Yardage150 yds.
 Weight85 - 114g
 Yarn Weight Bulky
 Fiber Content Cotton , Rayon , Nylon , Silk
 Texture Various
 Gauge (st. /4 in.)18
 Needle Size(s) 8 US (5mm)
 Availability Currently Produced
 MSRP$52.00
 CareDry Cleaning Recommended or Hand Wash & Dry Flat.

Colors
Currently Produced Colors

Blue Lagoon
(Blue)
Released:
Spring 2005

Cantina
(Blue, Orange, Green)

Captiva
(Yellow, Green, Blue)

Copper Penny
(Red, Orange, Yellow)

Firefox
(Pink, Purple, Red)

Marina
(Blue, Purple)

Maui
(Pink, Blue, Purple)
Released:
Fall 2010

Mojave
(Multi-Color)

Periwinkles
(Purple, Blue)

Sedona
(Pink, Gray, Orange)

Sky
(Blue, Green)

Spice
(Purple, Red, Green)

Stardust
(Purple, Blue, Orange)

Tapestry
(Blue, Purple)

Terra Cotta
(Blue, Red, Yellow)

Tumbleweed
(Green, Yellow, Purple)

Tutti Fruitti
(Pink, Blue, Yellow)
Discontinued Colors

Garden
(Blue, Pink, Blue)
Discontinued:
Fall 2010

Patina
(Blue, Blue, Green)
Discontinued:
Spring 2005

Tea Rose
(Yellow, Pink, Purple)

Zebra
(Black, White)
Discontinued:
Spring 2005


Additional Images

Garment: Crocherted Openwork Poncho

Detail : Detailed View: Prism Blue Lagoon

Ball : Prism Cool Stuff Cantina

Projects
 

Cool Stuff Crocheted Scarf
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Cool Stuff Entrelac Stole
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Cool Stuff Flounced Scarf
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Cool Stuff Lacy Shawl
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Cool Stuff Terrific Tee
Source:

Crocheted Openwork Poncho
Source:

Entrelac Crop Sweater or Tunic
Source:

Entrelac Cropped Sweater or Long Tunic
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Stuff & Bon Bon Yoked Cardigan
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Reviews & Comments
belacane
Seattle Eastside, Washington
32 Posts
  Monday February 7 10:56:13 AM PST
This is an awesomely fun yarn to see in skein form, and to knit with. But at the end of a project you've got 1000 ends to weave in! Every time they change yarn in the skein, there's a knot. Unless you're going for the funky hippie look, those knots need to be untied and the ends woven in. Too much work!

cuddlepuff16
Killington, Vermont
9 Posts
  Monday February 7 5:21:21 PM PST
I use the Prism yarns in scarves and shawls and I like it quite a bit. It really is unique and the color blends are amazing. The ends do need to be trimmed or woven in for a finished look but I kept a few of them out and beaded them (as suggested in the "Working with Prism" letter). It really added to the artistic qualities of the piece.

sweatergirl
St. Petersburg, Florida
1 Posts
  Friday October 27 1:10:32 PM PST
The ends can be woven along the back, knots intact, as you work. Because the yarns are mostly fashion yarns & blends, the knots do not tend to pop to the surface. Few that I know actually untie the ends.

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