“Bringing gradients to your knitting, crochet, and spinning!”
I dye yarn weights of Aran, DK, Fingering, and Lace, in a variety of luxury and natural fibres. I use professional dyes which are colour and light fast, and whilst the superwash yarns are treated for machine wash, I would personally recommend a warm hand wash. There may be a small amount of excess dye come out during the first few washes but this will not affect the item.
Every hank is dyed one at a time in several stages to gradually build up the colour, so each one is utterly unique, even when using the same colour recipe. None of my gradient colours are dyed on a knitted blank, neither are they dyed separately in sections.
There are also some variegated and semi-solid colours available, a few hand-knits, and some hand knitting patterns available on Ravelry through the username MissGradiance.
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