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Monday, October 19, 2015

It’s Getting Bigger!

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I’ve been working on my Treat and it’s getting bigger.  I’m about 3/4 of the way through the first skein, so I started alternating skeins a couple of rows back.  This way, there won’t be a big color jump from one to the other.  Ironically, if you look at the picture, you can see that it started getting darker several inches back - that’s still the first skein.  When you knit with hand dyed yarns, you have to be OK with things like this.  It will all work out in the end!

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Anonymous kayT said...

I actually like the changes in color that happen with hand-dyed yarns. I almost never alternate skeins; partly I hate to do it, and partly I enjoy seeing what happens. The color you're working with now is wonderful. I think the color alone will keep you warm...

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