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Chroma Collection eBook

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The anticipation of working just one more row to reveal the next subtle wave of color - therein lies the allure and magic of Chroma. Celebrating the distinctive color transitions that Chroma is known for, this 6-pattern collection shows off a veritable mix of designs for both home decor and accessories. From afghans, mittens, and scarves to a hat and shawlette - each pattern of the Chroma collection is designed to make the most of the subtle shifts of color through a variety of techniques including faux-isle, modular knitting and colorwork.

The Chroma collection includes the following patterns:
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2 out of 5 stars

I got this catalog specifically for the Dot Blanket. Upon reading it I knew I'd need some assistance so I took it to my local knitting shop. The owner, her employee and I spent 30 minutes reading over the pattern. They are both extremely experienced knitters (unlike myself). They're conclusion...the pattern is so convoluted and difficult they were not ambitious enough to try it. So forget me being able to accomplish it. Very saddened as I loved it but beware if your not up to the challenge.