11. GRADIENT PULLOVER
This is another pattern that uses the technique of varying multiple strands held together to achieve the ombré effect. You can use a hand-dyed yarn for this, too, but you won’t have as much control over the color changes. If you aren’t picky about how the colors fade in and out, then give this one a try.
12. SCRUNCHABLE LEG WARMERS
Small projects are always good matches for hand-dyed yarns since the color changes are more gradual. We also love how hand-dyed yarns look when worked up into a project like this that allows the fabric to be scrunched or draped. You never know what colors you’re going to see!