Would Lizard ridge work with SWS? Any opinions?
I'd say go for it. Though you might want to take into account the fact that SWS is a bit bulkier than Noro Kureyon. At least I think it is. Maybe this will mean you can get away with doing fewer squares.
Suggestions on other good replacement yarns? I'm kind of new to knitting, but that pattern makes me GUH all over the place.
If SWS is bulkier than the Noro, try Rowan Tapestry. It's thinner and has some cool colors.
hmmm...anyone know of a superwash wool (or machine washable blend) that I could substitute?