Metamorphosis Scarf Kit
M.C. Escher was a Dutch artist who lived from 1898 to 1972. He is famous for his impossible perspectives and architecture, his tessellations, and his playful graphic transformations. His Metamorphosis works date from 1937 to 1968, resulting in a mammoth work that is 23 feet long, printed from thirty three interlocking woodcuts with handpainted details. You can see the Metamorphosis works and read more about them here.
Each kit includes the pattern, a dark and light skein of Stonehedge Shepherd's Wool, and a skein of Noro Kureyon in coordinating colors.
I have made my own set of transformations from Escher’s designs to knit stitches. His bees, birds, fish, and l izards all make appearances, blending and changing into geometric shapes both flat and in perspective. I hope you’ll have as much fun knitting it as I did designing it.