Congratulations to Sarah L.
Self-striping yarn is a lot of fun to use, but sometimes it can be hard to come up with projects to use it on where it will still look good but that aren’t just straight Stockinette (not that there’s anything wrong with straight Stockinette, just if you have a lot of self-striping yarn you might want to do something else with some of it).
Self-Striping Yarn Studio by Carol J. Sulcoski has a lot of great ideas for using self-striping, self-patterning and gradient yarns in a variety of projects including hats, scarves, sweaters, cowls, mitts and more.
One thing I love about this book is that the patterns are arranged by yarn weight, which makes it easy to use what you already have in a project. There are even a few projects that are perfect for using up odd balls.
If you’d like a chance to win this book, leave a comment on this post before the end of the day Sunday, Sept. 25. I’d love to know about your experience with self-striping yarns or if you have a favorite yarn (Noro Silk Garden over here) or project using self-striping yarns.
Thanks for visiting, commenting and sharing, and good luck!