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Monday, October 19, 2015

It’s Getting Bigger!

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!



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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