#30 – An Ombre Ripple

This is the first project I’ve made using Bernat Satin, a lovely yarn with a very smooth finish and soft sheen. Nice! Melissa of GA gave me several skeins last winter. – Thanks again, Melissa! I really enjoyed getting acquainted with it. –

Listed light to dark, these three colors of Satin are ‘Silk’, ‘Camel’ and ‘Sable’.

617 8 skeins

I combined them all with RHSS ‘Cafe Latte’ from Lisa of TN. It is every-so-slightly darker than ‘Sable’. The other three colors are, light to dark, an unknown peach and coral, plus some Jack Frost ‘Rust’.

679 SCS-close

IMHO, together they make a rather elegant-looking ripple!

Satin Smooth

679 SCS-full

Note to Self – One skein Bernat Satin yields 11 rows of my usual ripple.

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6 Responses to #30 – An Ombre Ripple

  1. Bettina says:

    oooh … love it!!!

  2. BettyLou says:

    Neutrals never fail, this blanket is so pleasing to the eye.

  3. Karen says:

    Beautiful! Love the color combination.

  4. Helene says:

    It is beautiful! Calming down my eyes!

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