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02 May '16

Gradient Yarn: Shifted Shades

Photo courtesy Debbi Stone - Shifted Shades in Lavender

This week we're looking at another pattern by the fabulous Debbi Stone.  Shifted Shades is an asymmetrical shawlette that was designed to use a single Lilt Sock Gradient Yarn Kit.  This pattern first appeared as one of our exclusive KAL kits in September 2014, and has been one of our most popular gradient knits since then.

Shifted Shades in Yggdrasil

Our own shop sample was finished in Yggdrasil (pronounced here), and was a super fun-and-simple project.  Lilt Sock's wear-ability means the shawl has been all over the place to shows and as a winter accessory and has held up extremely well without needing to be reblocked or de-pilled.  To see several more Shifted Shades projects in other colors, see here on Ravelry.

Photo courtesy Debbi Stone

Thanks for stopping by for another installment of Monday Gradient Yarn Ideas.  We hope you're enjoying our posts and trying some of our pattern recommendations.  Have a great week!

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