Remember the BIG box of crayons you owned as a kid? The one with nearly 100 colors to choose from?
If you’ve never tried knitting with multiple colors, you’re in for a thrill.
Sheryl’s instructions are easy to follow so even beginners can make these projects. If you can knit and purl, you already know how to slip a stitch! You’re never working with more than one yarn per row, so slipping in those colors and watching colorful patterns appear before your eyes couldn’t be easier.
Why not enjoy the full spectrum of yarn colors available? Sheryl’s slip-stitch knitting patterns are great for stash busting too. If you pick up two skeins from separate dye lots, the subtle color variation can be elegantly showcased with a slip-stitch pattern.
YARN GIVEAWAY ALERT!
Do you knit primarily with one color, or have you experimented with multiple colors at a time? Tell us in the comments and you’ll be entered to win a copy of Slip-Stitch Knits plus two skeins of Jeannee Worsted from Plymouth Yarn in light gray and dark blue, enough to knit the “Token Creek” pattern. We’ll pick a winner one week from today and notify the winner by email.
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Thanks to all who entered the drawing! The winner is Patrice, who says:
"I have tried a few items with 2 or more colors. It’s fun, but I feel like I need more practice! Will sometimes use 1 skein with multi colors to get an exciting effect."
Patrice, we’ll email you about your prize. Congratulations!