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Yarnista files: Beth’s Greydient scarf in Plied Knitting

It’s impossible not to be inspired by the vibrant colors and unique marbling effect of twine. When it launched last year I realized that I couldn’t just pick one color to knit – I wanted to try a few! I chose a fun four-color combination for Jana Huck’s Greydient scarf, and I love the way it turns out! The slow color shifts of the yarn turned a very strong geometric design into a softer effect with more depth of color. Since Plied’s color palette works so well together, I was able to choose four different color variants, all of which were covered in gray. I like to describe the finished scarf as “when you have a graffiti artist spraying a picture of a scarf on a concrete wall”.

I modified the pattern a little to use just one strand of each color and finished my scarf a few repetitions earlier in the last section. The scarf is still a good size. If you want to complete it as written you will need two strands of your CC3. The colors I used are: Lady Day, Poe, Webb and Vacants to Value.

Greydient by Jana Huck

Color combinations

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Thread details:

  • 100% not super washable wool
  • 2-ply wool spun
  • Finger weight
  • 197 m per 50 g strand

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