A new edition to the linen gradient yarn collection: Robin's egg
As with the Licorice and LIme colour-way, the blank starts and ends with the same shade, so that if you need to use more than 1 x 100g blank for a project, you won't get a colour break.
Here is a scarf I knitted for Mum using 2 of these blanks.
The yarn can be found here in our shop.
Here is a longer version of the linen eyelet cowl I blogged about a couple of months ago.
I cast on 201 stitches (pattern repeat of 8 stitches + 1) to increase the length of the finished cowl, making it into an infinity scarf which can be wrapped round twice for a closer fit. The longer version is also a more substantial accessory for those mid-season months.
It was made out of 2 x 100g eco-stitch hand-dyed linen in DK weight. The colour is Mulberry, which I dyed up specially for a friend.
This version has been added to the free pattern page on the website here
As promised in our previous posts, here is our new hand-dyed gradient yarn. It comes in pre-knitted 100g blanks so you can see roughly what effect you will get as it knits/crochets up. It can be wound in to a ball or you can knit/crochet directly from the piece and it unravels.
Each blank weighs around 100g. This colour is called licorice and lime. It starts as a turquoise which runs in to a blue/green and then a lime, before running back in to the blue/green and ending with the turquoise again.
Available for sale here in our shop.
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