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Susan B. Anderson: How to make your own Everlasting Gobstopper Yarn Ball!—for the hell of it, self striping yarn

Susan B. Anderson: How to make your own Everlasting Gobstopper Yarn Ball!—for the hell of it, self striping yarn

My favorite color palette at the moment ... in yarn form. - The Jealous Curator

My favorite color palette at the moment ... in yarn form. - The Jealous Curator

orange, pink and green...a great combo

orange, pink and green...a great combo

The Feral Knitter talks you thru your first Magic Ball project -- "Loosely tie lengths of yarn to each other, for a unique, self-striping yarn that reveals itself as you knit. You can use different textures, different weights, and most definitely different colors. The trick is to avoid the scrappy look, to provide some structure to the design. This can be accomplished through controling values, limiting hues, use of solid colors, and the careful choice of pattern." Click for more.

Magic Ball Knitting

The Feral Knitter talks you thru your first Magic Ball project -- "Loosely tie lengths of yarn to each other, for a unique, self-striping yarn that reveals itself as you knit. You can use different textures, different weights, and most definitely different colors. The trick is to avoid the scrappy look, to provide some structure to the design. This can be accomplished through controling values, limiting hues, use of solid colors, and the careful choice of pattern." Click for more.

'Bout to have a heart attack right now...this looks to me like yarn I spun from "trash" samples our LYS threw out.

'Bout to have a heart attack right now...this looks to me like yarn I spun from "trash" samples our LYS threw out.

Ravelry: Pomme de pin Cardigan pattern by Amy Christoffers

Pomme de pin Cardigan pattern by Amy Christoffers

How to recycle yarn from sweaters - lots of beautiful yarn to be had by unraveling sweaters from Goodwill. :)

How to recycle yarn from sweaters - lots of beautiful yarn to be had by unraveling sweaters from Goodwill. :)

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