Choosing Multi-Coloured Yarns For Knitting

by Hannah Gilly

March 10, 2020

Choosing yarns for knitting can be great fun, and that fun increasing when the yarns do amazing things when you’re only knitting plain knit and purl!

Multi-coloured yarns are a great option to add effects to your knitting without a lot of effort.

But choosing the self-striping or rainbow yarn that does what you’d like can be difficult. What if it goes wrong, you start knitting your project and you’re not happy with the first hour’s work?

The stripes might be off-centre, there may be more colours than you expected through the yarn.

I’ve got three tips for you to help reduce the chance of knitting catastrophe, in today’s video.

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