Spring is such a great time to knit up some lighty, airy knits that will get you through a Virginia summer. Sol Degrade is a beautiful tape yarn with a great, lightweight feel that won’t weight you down as the temperature rises. With 218 yards in each $21 skein, Sol Degrade has wonderful colors laid out in a self striping pattern. Perfect for accessories and layering garments, grab a couple skeins for some summery knits!
Sol Degrade’s wonderful colors will remind you of the warmer weather on it’s way (hopefully). With it’s fun color changes, this self striping yarn is perfect for something simple, like a Sol Delgrade Dropped-Stitch Infinity Scarf.
We’ve knit Zuzu’s Petals before in Friea Refined Worsted but who doesn’t want one for summer? One skein of Sol Degrade would work up into a beautiful cowlette for warmer weather!
With the combination of self-striping color and it’s tape-like texture, Sol Degrade would be perfect for a Braided Hairpin Lace Infinity Scarf. If you haven’t tried hairpin lace before, this free pattern is designed to walk you through the process!
With yarn this light and airy, a gorgeous cardigan would be perfect! I’m loving the idea of Brooke, especially with the combination of the the yarn’s stripes and the pattern’s construction.
Sometimes, when you’re working with a yarn that does it’s own pattern, it’s nice to use a pattern that is just nice and simple to let the color shine. I’m loving idea of crocheting up an apfel strudel.
With two skeins, knit up an Adirondack. This shawl works up in two skeins for a fun accessories to show off Sol Degrade’s stripes.