Hi I’m working on a scarf that I’m knitting with hand-dyed yarn. When I bought it they said one skein would be enough but it’s too short so I bought another skein but it’s not the same color. The yarn is meant to have variations from orange to pink but the skein I kit the scarf with is very pink and the new one is a lot more orange.
The woman at the store suggested I unravel some rows from the working end of my scarf and alternate working the old skein and the new one for a while before changing over to the new skein to blend the colors. I did that but the scarf still looks noticeably pinker for most its length and then gets really orange at one end.
I wanted to add yarn to the cast-on end to make it at least look symmetrical but I know if I just pick up stitches I will have a really obvious pink/orange line and I want to blend it like I did the one at the working end.
Is there any way I can unravel part of my cast on edge and work from it (I’m doing moss stitch so the orientations of the stitch would be really hard to tell unless someone was looking really closely) or would doing that unravel the whole piece?