Here is a picture of the scarves. These are short length scarves to go under our coats and keep our necks warm. They are far from perfect, but a learning experience. The one on the right is the one where the yarn from the two balls with the same dye lot wasn’t exactly the same. Today I finally figured out the difference. Looking at the cut off ends from my practice swatch from the first ball, and the remainder of the second ball I realized that the colors on the first ball were more saturated AND they were longer lengths. The colors on the second ball were slightly less saturated and shorter. That is why the color patterns are wonky, I think.
The scarf on the left is for my son. The tassel is there to loop around a very large button that I am going to sew on the other end to keep the scarf from falling off.
These are both Lion Brand Yarn Jiffy Thick & Quick. The left one is “Catskills” and the right one is “Rocky Mountains”. I knitted them on size 15 bamboo needles.