Self striping yarn is great for socks, mittens, hats, baby garments, scarves and more! Here's just a few examples of what you can make with my yarn, and which stripe patterns work best.
Best with: 10 rows stripers
Linen Stitch Slouch (Rav Link)
Best with: Complex stripers with a solid heel skein for brim
Best with: Any stripe pattern
Best with: any stripe pattern
Stripe Pattern: Any, but requires a full skein of contrast yarn. I have kits that include a full skein of contrast available here.
Stripe Pattern: Complex--you'll want to look for colorways that have a 7/3/7/3 stripe pattern to duplicate the look of the original project.
Stripe pattern: Any, but you may wish to use an even stripe or 10 row stripe to get the most solid colored fish. Shown here is the Memristor colorway paired with a full skein of solid black.
Stripe Pattern: Any
Shown here in the Cinnabar colorway with a solid yarn for cuffs, heels and toes.
Stripe Pattern: Other stripe, even width
Shown here in Luciferin in Inertia
Thank you so much JenGoPop for letting me use your photos!
These are just a few examples of the awesome patterns you can use with my yarn. If you have a project with my yarn that you'd like to share, email me at email@example.com with a photo and a link to your Ravelry page (if any), and I can post them here for everyone to admire!
You can also check out the bundles on my Ravelry group to get other, awesome ideas!