dyed in two gradient colorways to make a Noro-style scarf.
|The Noro Scarf - Copyright Brooklyn Tweed|
One braid of the fiber is a monochrome gradient from palest blue to a rich teal.
The other braid proceeds from purple through blue to a bright, spring green. The idea is that you spin each braid into separate chain-plied skeins (to preserve the color sequence) and then you knit the Noro-style scarf, alternating the dark and light sections of each skein for a nice contrast.
The fiber itself is lovely, fluffy, and soft -- one of the benefits to having it dyed to order and not sitting for a while all compressed in a shop. I absolutely cannot wait to start spinning this up! They're hosting a KAL this month in the June Pryce Fiber Arts group on Ravelry, if you're interested in joining along.
Plus, one of the best things about new fiber arriving is the motivation to finish current spinning projects that follows:
|Yay for plying!|