This update is mostly about blues– not the blues as in sadness, but the colour blue, for those who are planning on participating in the Blue, White, and Sparkle knit-a-long on Ravelry (info here). Blues can be hard to photograph, so I’ve provided a brief description for many of the cakes; please email if you have questions about colours. Also, remember that my gradients are dappled, not smooth– the simplest looking blue-to-white cakes will probably flash and pool in interesting ways.
To claim yarn, email me using the new email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that doubles are the same price as two skeins of the same base.
Wearing Ditto-Blues; Right: A Blue-Drugget Gown
Tiger Balm for Tots; Right: To Knap a Hot ‘Un
Left: To Sport One’s Oak; Right:
Join the Swamp Thing!
Four Quarter double (2x 100g, one long gradient):
Left: Tenacious; Right:
To Have a Button On
BFL giant double (2x 150g cakes, one long gradient):
Well Dash My Buttons!
Suprisingly Fruity; Back Right: Blushing Like a Blue Dog; Front Left: A Tall Glass of Blue Ruin; Front Right: Unbelievably Cool
merino/ silk doubles (2x 100g, in one long gradient): Left:
To Get One’s Silk; Right: Not All Is Blue
alpaca/ silk/ linen:
Back Left: January Dawns; Back Right: An Eye For An Elegance; Front: A Blue-Pigeon Flyer
merino/ silk DK double (2x 100g, one long gradient):
By All That’s Blue!
BFL/ silk lace: Back Left:
And Thence Into Deep Water; Back Right: The Whole of the Roof; Front: La Bleue Celle-La
High Cockalorum, Jig Jig Jig
Gargantua: Left: She Fell Into the Alphabet (reddish purple to hot pink to bright coraly orange); Right:
Boxing a Charley