I’ve made use of my great wealth of “Light Celery” by making it the main color in this ripple. Wow, what a difference the four little rows of a darker olive-green make! There are also just five rows of pink and six rows of white. Notice how different each color of stripe can look, depending on what colors I used next to it. Example: the pink rows in the center look much brighter than the pink rows over on the ends.
12,234 stitches – 541,408 stitches donated so far this year
Ah, now I see more! It’s not just what color I used next to a one row stripe, but whether we’re looking at the front or backside of it! Look at how much wider the pink stripe on the left is than the pink stripe on the right. Hmmm. Interesting.
One skein of Light Celery and three-and-a-half skeins of French Country still remain! (That’s fourteen more ounces, folks!) I’ve had my fill of Light Celery for the moment. I say the next French Country Ripple shall have No Green!
A review of the French Country series so far: