Neon Lights is a super fun, bright colorway made from Margarita, No Shrinking Violets, and Renaissance Blue. Where the colors blend together are two fabulous colors for which I have no name.
This is one of a few block variegated colorways I made with planned pooling or intentional pooling in mind, though it could certainly be used for other projects as well. These are dyed across the skein, which you'll need to know if you're doing planned pooling.
I dyed it on Sock Perfection, which is perfect for everything from socks to shawls to sweaters and beyond. It's made of extra-soft superwash merino and nylon.
Neon Lights on Sock Perfection
450 yards / 3.5 oz / 4 plies
80% extra-soft superwash merino / 20% nylon
Care: Machine or hand wash cold and air dry.
Neon Lights would look great with Renaissance Blue or Margarita.
I have included two photos of a hat I knit of Neon Lights in the ordinary manner. If you would like to make a planned pooling project, however, you can learn more about planned pooling on the plannedpooling.com website and also through the book, Artful Colors, Mindful Knits by Laura Bryant.
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