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  1. These turned out really interesting. Some are unusual colors that you don’t see other dyers doing. And YES I do love when a bit of white pops out between the colors. Makes it even more one of a kind!

    • Thanks, June. 🙂

      I realize a lot of lace work needs to be monochrome (or monochrome gradient) to let the stitchwork show up, but I also think monochrome coloring limits what you can wear with it. By incorporating small blips of assorted colors, you can wear a shawl or cowl for example with a variety of outfits.