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Tuesday, September 12, 2017


I tend to plan what I'm going to cast on next while I'm still knitting on my current project.  So while I'm somewhere around the halfway point of my Canal Grande scrap wrap, I've been thinking about the next shawl I want to knit and I think it's going to be a Find Your Fade.  I knew I had to have yarn in my stash and I think I've found some that will work but I'm not sure which order to use them.  The small leftover balls of English Rose have to be Color A, but the others are all full skeins and can go in any order.  I've come up with three options but I'd like some second opinions, particularly if you've knit a Find Your Fade.  Leave your favorite in the comments!

Option 1:
Find your fade possibilities

Option 2:
Find your fade possibilities

Option 3:
Find your fade possibilities

Which one do you think will work best?



Anonymous Joyce said...

I like option 3. It is similar to how the pattern is with the dark colors on each end and the pale in the middle, but I like the flow of the dark pink into the pale and the pale blue into the dark blue and purple.

8:21 AM  
Blogger Robby H. said...

I've been contemplating one of these, but the colors have been holding me up, too. I like Option 1. Something about the way it circles back to the family of the original color. With those colors, I think it might be hard to go wrong.

8:43 AM  
Anonymous LeAnn said...

It was a tougher choice than I thought at first glance, but I like option 1 best. I've been visualizing the fabric with dark bands at top and bottom and the palest in the middle (option 2), and I think I like the lighter to darker fade of option 1.

Robby's right though: it would be hard to go wrong with those colors in any combination. Looking forward to seeing it in progress!

10:49 AM  
Blogger Susanne said...

Don't know why but I like Option #3 the best!! perhaps it is the way the colours are laid out. Your shawl, your colours, your rules~~ have fun....

12:20 PM  
Blogger Amberpearl said...

I think option 3 works best. The colours look connected in that layout. This one has been on my radar for a while, however am currently taking part in the 'what the fade' mkal and loving it.

1:56 PM  
Blogger kayT said...

Another vote for 3.

3:13 PM  
Blogger Dianne Ross said...

No 3 would be my choice 😍👍

4:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Option 3 as well.

8:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the way the middle color in your option 3 ties the two ends together. I don't think any of these would be wrong, but I vote option 3 too.

3:46 PM  
Blogger Jennifer Aves said...

Option 3

4:08 AM  
Blogger Charlotte Parfitt said...

Not sure why but option 3 seems to stand out the most!

4:36 AM  

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