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Using two different random striped yarns - gorgeous effect

For multicolor yarn that speckles instead of stripes: Alternate a dark and a light. Here, a Chevron Scarf: Two distinctly different hand dyed yarns alternated - fabulous idea! So beautiful!

Mountain Colors Mountain Goat yarn, 55% mohair, 45% wool. 230 yards, Gauge 5 st/in on size 6-8 needles.    Colorway "Lodgegrass"

Mountain Colors Mountain Goat yarn, 55% mohair, 45% wool. 230 yards, Gauge 5 st/in on size 6-8 needles. Colorway "Lodgegrass"

Mitaines

Warm sportweight alpaca in six boldly contrasting colors make Michele Orne's Composed Mitts functional and luxurious at the same time. Bobbles and garter stitch rows add textural interest, while an ever-changing pattern keeps the knitting fun. The thu

Tree frogs...I have a gecko pattern already. Hmmm

You have to see Red-Eyed Tree Frog on Craftsy! - Looking for knitting project inspiration? Check out Red-Eyed Tree Frog by member doodlenoodle.

Yarn Harlot: Mine mine all mine Silk hankie mittens

Yarn Harlot: Mine mine all mine Silk hankie mittens

Semifelted mittens by WoolPower, via Flickr

Semifelted mittens by WoolPower, via Flickr

[Leethal has some great knitting in/un-ventions. Her blog is a gold mine!] A method for "picking up" stitches on the side of a piece of knitting - cunning. I don't mind picking up stitches myself, but there's something rather elegant about this.

A method for "casting on" stitches on the side of a piece of knitting (while knitting it) so there's no need to pick up stitches later! For example, cast on stitches for the arm when knitting the body of a sweater. Clever, detailed and well explained!

Rainbow Toast arm warmers by Ravelry user Squeakybean {Toast pattern by Leslie Friend available for free}, springtime Rainbow worsted wt by three Irish girls.

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