Knittique is now producing exclusive, limited-edition and one-of-a-kind color-sequence sets of hand-painted yarns, and this fabulous set is the very first one I've produced in this luxurious mohair-blend yarn!
The stunning Emerald Sequence colorway (part of my Birthstone Collection), is a set of 3 skeins that starts as vibrant green with deep turquoise-blue undertones (Color 1, on left in photos); Color 2 goes a bit more blue, and a bit darker, but still with the green showing through; Color 3 finishes the sequence with even deeper blue-black added to the original green. Together, the 3 skeins form a sequence of subtly-changing colors that adds up to a gorgeous, emerald-hued ombré!
And the yarn itself is so luxe— it's a thick, soft, fuzzy mohair that knits up quickly and almost weightlessly!
Color: HP0117-S Emerald Sequence
Yarn name: Big Fuzzy
Fiber: 78% mohair/13% wool/9% nylon
Suggested needles: U.S. #10-13
Like this color palette? Get the palette, with color specifications and editable layers, to use in your own projects!
Skein weight (each): 62 g/2.2 oz.
Yards/skein (each): 135
Gauge: U.S. #11 needle: 18 sts/24 rows = 4”
PLEASE NOTE: All yarns will be wound into center-pull balls before shipping, so they'll arrive ready-to-use! If you'd rather your yarn was left in skein form (as shown here), you must let us know when you place your order. Thank you!
Care: Hand wash in cool water with mild detergent; do not wring. Rinse in cool water, and gently squeeze out excess water. Did I say do not wring? Lay on towels or drying rack to air-dry. Shake to fluff.
PROJECT IDEAS: With the size of each of the 3 skeins in this set, you could possibly make 3 different items, especially if you knit them on larger needles (e.g. U.S. #13). 1 skein could make a scarf or hat, maybe even a small pair of fingerless gloves.
But I think if you use the set of 3 skeins together, you'll get the full impact of the color sequence; try a wider-than-usual scarf, or a large cowl, a simple tube using the entire color sequence. For example, you could use my Loop Scarf/Capelet pattern for this, resulting in a larger piece than the pattern shows.