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KnitCircus Greatest of Ease - Impression Gradient Yarn Project Ideas

KnitCircus' Greatest of Ease yarn is a unique blend of our two favorite dye methods: speckled and gradient! This delicious 100 gram cake comes in an assortment of muted to bright hand-dyed colors that slowly transition between colors through an ingenius use of speckles. Made of a blend of merino wool and nylon, Greatest of Ease is a 4 ply fingering weight yarn that can be used for any colorful project from shawls to toddler sweaters. Since this yarn is hand-dyed, the cakes may vary from the photo so be sure to pick up enough for your project!


$45.00
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Gauge (sts. / inch):
6-8
Physical Weight:
100g
Primary Fiber:
Merino Wool
Secondary Fiber:
Nylon
Specific Fiber:
80% Superwash Merino, 20% Nylon
US Needle:
1-3
Washing Instructions:
Hand Wash
Weight:
Fingering (27-32 sts/4 in)
Yardage:
400    Knitting Calculator  See Knitting Calculator
Color Family:
  Multi
Color Group:
  Earth Tones
Color Temp:
  Warm
Construction:
  Plied
Dye Method:
  Hand Dyed
Dye Result:
  Gradient
Feel:
  Squishy
Fiber Type:
  Mostly Animal
Put Up:
  Cake
Sheen:
  Matte
Softness:
  Soft
Texture:
  Smooth / Uniform
Twist Energy:
  Medium
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Suggested Patterns

The weight of Greatest of Ease - Impression Gradient yarn is fingering (27-32 sts/4 in). Here are some patterns written for fingering (27-32 sts/4 in) weight yarn. Check out our advanced pattern search page to see all patterns. Remember you should always measure your gauge prior to beginning any project!

You can also use our knitting calculator to estimate your project's yarn requirements.

If you do not see a pattern you like, choose from one of the options below to find other ideas.

1. Search other weights:

2. Go to the advanced pattern search to find compatible patterns.

3. For additional ideas, you could look at some projects we created with Fingering (27-32 sts/4 in) yarn.