Aloe is a 500 yd / 457 m continuous gradient starting with chartreuse, continuing through emerald, and culminating in sea green.
The dyeing technique I use to make gradients delivers brilliant and saturated colors in a range of variegated, speckled, and semi-solid effects. Each new shade of the gradient brings something new to your needles.
Wondering what to make with this gradient?
You can use this skein on its own to make the Nudibranchia scarf (shown in peach to purple gradient), or use it with a Giant Gradient to make the Linear Moods shawl (green/magenta), or with 600 y of a solid or semi-solid color to make the Floating Ribs Shawl (shown in red-violet).