Color shift yarns are created to be series of colors that work together in a project. The yarn is intentionally dyed so that colors within a set coordinate. A "color shift" is when the colors in the series move or shift from one color to another gradually, the intermediate colors are all related to the two end colors and therefore coordinate. A "tonal shift" is light to dark shades of one color.
Five 50g skeins of Meridian, bundled together are perfect to make shawls, socks or anything that requires multiple colors.
5 Colors, each color is 230 yds. Total 1150 yds
75% superwash merino 25% nylon
gauge 24 - 30 sts/4" :: needles us 1 - 5
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