Dyeing to Finish

I'm getting near the end of the BSJ, so it's really apparent how it's shaping up:


The problem is that I'm at the end of the original yarn, so I had to dye a bit more up to be able to finish it. Of course, it's pretty much impossible to make handspun match, especially if I didn't do the first batch and have no notes on it or even have any of the exact same yarn. What I ended up with is a reasonably close hue, though, and shouldn't clash with the original (though it'll look different).



BuduR's picture

oh it's beautiful! both the sweater and the yarn. Gah I wish I could knit as fast as some of you guys do. I'm sooooo slow.

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Asbjörn's picture

Beautiful work. I may be assuming (since your profile says you live on an alpaca farm), but is it alpaca? I can't wait until I've really learned the basics and I'm at a skill level where I will allow myself to work with better fibers. I'm really in awe of the coloring, you're really talented.


Bill's picture

Don't wait!!!!
...buy some alpaca..and enjoy the touch...while you make mistakes...
...practice on the good stuff!!!!