Come What May 100g Gradient Stripes, Ringmaster, dyed to order
About this Item
This yarn is dyed to order specifically for you in our studio. Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery. This cake of Ringmaster has approximately 250 yds of gradient goodness.
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About this Color
This gradient is part of our Gradient Stripes Collection - gorgeous, hand-dyed, gradient yarn in saturated colors with short stripes throughout the cake. These gradients work up into beautiful and satisfying projects.
Similar to our gradient stripes sock sets, this cake is specially dyed to stripe over a certain number of stitches. If you use the yarn for a different project the striping might look different or pool. We recommend choosing one of our kits for this item: Conversationalist Hat or Ice Cream Float Scarf are our currently available kits we recommend for this striping yarn.
*Come What May Gradient Stripes* is one of our best-selling colors, and it's easy to see why! Sweet baby pink fades to smooth, creamy white, then out again to a soft gray. Inspired by the love song in Moulin Rouge, this colorway celebrates the springtime of love.
This colorway is perfect on its own, for matching with any of our Chromatic Gradients, or mixing with other Panoramic Gradients.
About this Yarn Base
Ringmaster - worsted weight (100% superwash Merino), 250 yds/100g. This yarn base is round and plush and super springy, perfect for sweaters and delightfully warm accessories. Click here for more information about our different yarn bases.
Notes about this Yarn
- Because of our unique dyeing process, many of our darker colors appear heathered, with small light spots sprinkled throughout. This heathering is normal.
- Care for all of our yarns is to hand or machine wash cold (delicate cycle), dry flat. Our yarns are colored using professional-grade acid dyes.
- We’ve made every effort to photograph the color accurately, but appearance may vary depending on your monitor settings.