Mikey explains how to choose yarn colors for rainbow crochet projects.
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How to Choose Yarn Colors for Rainbow Crochet
Hello. This is a message for Sharon and she is in the United States and she sent me two really long e-mails. And I just received the second one just a few seconds ago and so I decided to take you in our— show response back. And you are asking about the type of wool that I’m using and I’m using the red heart super saver wool. And you’re saying that the scarves that you did are pretty stiff and they could be your intention to use the double crochet.
And it’s more that possible that type of wool is actually kind of, it’s cheaper but you don’t have the comfort. It’s not a soft as it quickly; I guess what I’m trying to say. So, you have to of the wool that and you know, when you feel it like I wish to put the wool on my face. When I go and start, I know, the times going to cruel but put it on my face just to see how it got feel.
And because you know, your face is pretty much as very sensitive. So, that’s how I would judge that. So, if it’s going to rough on your face that I would assume that, you know, it would be rough generally and it is showing my sew. I would recommend to you to get the different type of wool that you go from there. I had shop at the store called the sellers and the equivalent of the sellers in my opinion is the target down there at the United State. So, use the Bernat, well, Bernat. I use that as well, so I don’t intend to shop on—.
And you’re asking about the craft that we will stitch. You’re having a hard time getting your bunch to do it or you just can see to get it. Keep it trying and once you get pass the first three lines, you were going to be laugh I guess when you finish the rest of your project. It’s those first three lines are at very critical. Just establish your pattern but once you get that going to do it and it’s really good. Thank you so much for your encouragement and your words about how you feel about myself and the video setting.
So, I’m glad that I work it for you. And so then in the second e-mail you talk about the colors of the rainbow crochet and what I have done is that there are six colors in the rainbow. There is red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.
Now, let see that you need to concentrate this that the colors need to be within the same color spectrum. So, what I do is I go to the store already and you’ll see red but there is a different change on red? Like you do and said— like there are bright red, dark red and medium red colors. So, when got to look at the whole line up, right. So, you got to put your wool together. So, you look at the next, at orange. Is it dark orange, is it light orange, or is it bright orange. So, you want to get that color to a kind that match itself like the color spectrum.
So, if you are picking a really bright red, then you are going to want that really bright orange and then the same with yellow— that really bright orange if we going to go and that really bright green or bright blue or bright purple. But I wish on that really bright colors don’t tend the work. So, that what you have above stairs in my rainbow through that I do have is that I just want with the medium kind of colors. I don’t even have to have it again. Like this are to the colors that I wear and to the colors I would have use. So, they are not bright but they are not dully or like the kind of in between— you know, that would be the best answer for you.
So, just look at the line up and just, what I do is I just get my shopping card and just look at it. And its looks like a, because you know—when one of those don’t like there the same color— So that is what I would recommend and there you go.