Crochet Patterns Using Self-Striping Yarn

Crochet Patterns Using Self-Striping Yarn

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Modern Granny Winter Poncho by Jeanne Steinhilber

Modern Granny Winter Poncho by Jeanne Steinhilber

Self-striping yarn is fun and patterns can be intriguing on how it will turn out. Caron Cakes are examples of this type of yarn.

The Modern Granny Winter Poncho shown here is a design by Jeanne. Self-striping yarn is different from variegated as the lengths of colours are significant allowing for large sections of solid colours before the switch over.

Below are examples of projects using self-striping yarn.

Self-Striping Yarn

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