For best results and an even gradient
Denim Tweed - part of our MEZ Green series - contains predominantly recycled materials. The cotton portion is sourced from textile scraps from denim production, while the polyester comes from recycled PET bottles. This mixture produces a yarn containing small nubs of coloured fibre like those familiar to us from classic tweed fabrics. In order to provide the necessary stability and appearance, the yarn is wound around with a soft polyamide thread. Since the recycled materials always have a slightly different composition, depending on the raw material from which the fibres were obtained, there may be colour differences within a colour section.
How it's done
For an even, harmonious colour distribution, we recommend working alternately with two balls. There are always two rows with one and then two rows with the other ball. Make the ball change at the beginning of the row, bringing the thread of the ball upwards for knitting/crocheting behind the thread of the now resting ball. When working in rounds, the ball change can be made in each round. If you now look at the result on the entire surface of the work, the desired, uniform shade results.