Gradient Angles by Jan Hamby

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GA light.jpg
GA dusk.jpg
Happy blues.jpg
GA 2tone named.jpg
flat 2-tone.jpg
Plum Cake.jpg
Damask Rose.jpg
Grass.jpg
Jan Named.jpg
GA Jan 2.jpg
GA Jan 3.jpg
GA Jan.jpg
Lilac.jpg
orchid.jpg
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plum taupe.jpg
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Gradient Angles by Jan Hamby

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Gradient Angles is an amazingly versatile shawl design - so versatile we've made it in three different yarn combinations! Fun and simple to knit, this design shows off yarn to its fullest.

The Seven-Color version features semi-solid Helix in gorgeous color gradients. 

The Two-Tone version is 2/3 Mini-Cake Gradients and 1/3 Semi-Solid (Sample in Iris/Larkspur with plain edging; kits pictured with two skeins).

The Original version is composed entirely of Mini-Cake Gradients (Sample in Navy/Aqua with picot edging; kits pictured with one skein).

What are Mini-Cake Gradients? The short answer is a labor of love. The mini-cakes are each 30 - 70 yard "out takes" from the quality control process. When I find a knot, I cut the yarn - resulting in short segments of top-quality yarn.

Each segment is caked, dyed, re-caked the other direction, dyed again, tied together with slip-knots for easy release, then skeined and blocked to remove any crinkles in the yarn. The resulting skeins are a pleasure to knit with, and a unique color experience! You can see what the individual cakes look like before being re-skeined in the last photo.

Mini-Cake Gradient Kits are one- or two-of-a-kind, and colors are not repeatable. 

Kits include yarn, a printed copy of the pattern, a bamboo circular knitting needle, yarn needle, stitch markers, gauge card, and a hand two-color pattern marking pencil.

The pattern includes a copy of the Clasp-Weft Join Tutorial so you don't have to weave in a bazillion ends.

Just to be extra clear, Mini-Cake Gradients are made up of smaller lengths of yarn - they are not continuous!

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