The Unique Sheep’s Gradience colorway series is a delight just to look at, much less knit with! Instead of just finding a stitch pattern that would work nicely with the gradience concept (which starts out with a different shade of semi-solid on each end with transition skeins in the middle), I wanted to figure out something that would really show it off in a way I hadn’t seen before. I chose a basic (but interesting) colorwork pattern and transitioned it in opposite directions.
Yarn Requirements: fingering-weight yarn, approx 400 yds, either one Gradience set from The Unique Sheep (4 x 100 yd skeins) or 200 yds each of two colors (sample uses The Unique Sheep Verve in Fire Starter)
Gauge: 32 sts/40 rows = 4” in stockinette
st on size 1 (2.25mm) ndls
Difficulty: intermediate Sizes: 7.5" (8.75)" foot circumference