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Create your own crochet "fade" using three colors of Gutsy Fingering bamboo/cotton blend from Zombie Yarns. Mitzi purchased "Peachy Geometric" by Sandra Paul from Ravelry, then modified it to use three colors. The result is a softly faded, flowing, asymmetrical shawl that's sure to be a compliment magnet!
To get the look shown, follow the pattern as written with the following modifications: Using a size E (3.5mm) hook and starting with Color A, work with A until you have about 10 grams left. Work two rows with Color B, then A for two rows, then B for 4 rows, then A for 2 rows, then continue with Color B until you have 10 grams left. Repeat this process with Colors B and C. Crochet the border with the corresponding colors as they appear.
Yarn quantity: Zombie Yarns Gutsy Fingering, 1 skein each of 3 colors.
Hook we recommend: E (3.5mm)
Pattern: Peachy Geometric by Sandra Paul, available for purchase on ravelry.com.
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