The original yarn, the way it look from the skein before all the transformations.
In a matter of a day I was able to make this scarf-shawl, what is more amazing is that this pattern is simple. Stephen West , from www.Westknits.com has made this pattern available for free on his site and on Ravelry. It is a simple stockinette with simple increases, but you can increase anyway you ant, by pick up a stitch or by Making 1 Stitch left or Right. A shawl will take about probably 200 or so yards and if you use big needles like US 8 or US 9 you will get a nice size shawl. I used US 9 and bound off with US 10.5. MY bind off is very stretchy as I use the bind off from the Herbivore. I was very pleased with the two overdyes I have done with this yarn. I first overdyed this variegated green yarn with blues and yellows, then with Black Cherry Kool aid And Jacquard Cherry. This is the Burgundy I like and I know that I will wear this ensemble lots of times. I hope you have a great Sunday, I have some more fun to get into. Thanks for stopping by!