Orange You Glad 150g Chromatic Gradient, Greatest of Ease, ready to ship
About this Item
This yarn is ready to ship from our studio to your favorite knitting chair. This pre-wound cake of Greatest of Ease has approximately 600 yds of Chromatic gradient goodness.
If you love this color but want a different size or base yarn, click here to custom order this colorway!
About this Color
This gradient is part of our Chromatics Collection - a sweet array of single-color gradients moving from light to dark. The Chromatic colorways feature a light version of each color (light tones to medium) paired with a darker version (medium to near-black). Mix and match the light colors for a carefree rainbow effect, use the darker spectrum colors for a sophisticated, moody palette or use one of each for an uninterrupted 2-cake gradient color flow.
*Orange You Glad Chromatic Gradient* is a smooth chromatic gradient that moves through six shades of soft orange to deep, juicy just-picked from the tree orange. Perfect on its own, for matching with any of our chromatic gradients or mixing with Panoramic Gradients with orange elements. You’ll be glad to knit with this yarn. Aren’t you glad I didn’t say banana?
This colorway is perfect on its own, but you can also mix it with another Chromatic Gradients, or pair it with a Panoramic Gradient or Kettle-Dyed skein for any project requiring 2 colors!
About this Yarn Base
Greatest of Ease - fingering (80% superwash Merino/20% nylon), 600 yds/150g. This yarn base is our perennial best seller, and is truly versatile. Click here for more information about our different yarn bases.
Notes about Knitcircus Yarns
- 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.