Fates and Graces Bias Scarf

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short small.jpg
flat fold small.jpg
single repeat.jpg
single repeat 2.jpg
Valentine.jpg
Heart Throb.jpg
Red Coral.jpg
Sailor's Delight.jpg
Reverie.jpg
Hibiscus.jpg
Petunia.jpg
Tropical Punch 2.jpg
tropical punch 3.jpg
tawny.jpg
Blue Margarita.jpg
Green Dragon.jpg
green dragon 2.jpg
Aloe.jpg
Maritime 2.jpg
Eleganza.jpg
Belleza.jpg
Sumptuous.jpg
Fuchsia.jpg
Plum Blossom.jpg

Fates and Graces Bias Scarf

from 50.00

Good things come in threes. 

Named for mythic sisters in Greek Mythology, Fates and Graces are three-packs of cake-dyed gradients. They are sisters (from the same dye lot), but not triplets. Variegated, speckled, or semi-solid, each stripe brings something new to your needles.

The yarn used to make these gradients is Helix, but missing a bit of twist. Every hundred skeins or so, the mill produces a skein of Helix that doesn't have quite as much twist as it should. I put these skeins aside for dye experiments, and thus Fates and Graces were born.

The kits at $55 are all internally consistent, but the ones at $50 have some variation in the amount of twist in each cake. 

To showcase this new yarn and make it as accessible as possible (even to newbie knitters!), I've worked up a new version of the Bifrost Scarf featuring Fates and Graces. If you can k2tog and m1, you can knit this scarf!

Colorways are one of a kind.

Kit includes 600 y of hand-dyed Merino wool yarn, a 3.75 mm x 80 cm bamboo circular needle (U.S. size 5), and a notions pack with stitch markers in three colors and a yarn needle, plus a handy gauge card.

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