Decisions! Which Colourways to Dye?!?

The Start-Anywhere Gradient Mix, from the SpaceCadet's Mini-Skein Club, July 2014


If you’re a member of the SpaceCadet’s Mini-Skein Club, you know I love it because it gives me a chance to really stretch my wings and experiment with colour.  Every month, I get to come up with ten colourways, and I have so much fun with that!

For July’s Mini-Skeins, I did another Start-Anywhere Gradient Mix.   This one moves from a fabulous sunny-gold through to a delicate purple, which blends into a deliciously juicy blue (see the touches of purple hidden in the blue?), and finally melts back into that gold, creating vivid streaks of green as it does.  I love the vibrancy of this mix — all the brightness of summer there in one sweet little bundle!

(And this best bit about these colourways?  You may not know this, but when yellow and purple mix, they form the most sublime khaki colour.  I think having that bit of earthy contrast in the mix really helps the brighter colours to pop.)

The SpaceCadet's Mini-Skein Club, Ombre & Gradient Mix, July 2014

And to be honest, when the Mini-Skeins are finally all twisted and gathered into bundles, it’s usually the Ombre & Gradient Mix that’s my favourite.  But this month…  this month, the Multicolour Mix just reached out and grabbed me.  All of the  colourways in there are pure experimentation — I had no idea how they’d turn out — and the results blew me away!

There’s one that I think would be stunning if I took the colours and broke them out into a Gradient bundle of their own.   And three more that are really calling to me to be dyed again, perhaps as Limited Editions.  Can you guess which ones I’m thinking of?

The SpaceCadet's Mini-Skein Club, Multicolour Mix, July 2014

Most of all, I can’t wait to get my Mini-Skein bundle caked up and ready to…  oh, decisions!  Should I knit them, weave them or crochet?!?  I want to do all three!  What would you do with yours?

One thought on “Decisions! Which Colourways to Dye?!?

  1. I’m hoping the one you want to make its own gradient kit is the red and grey one, my fave of that bunch.

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