Knitting Gauge: 4.5 - 5 sts = 1" on #7-8 needles (4.5mm-5mm)
Crochet Gauge: 11 - 14 sc = 4'' on I-K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Skein
Care: Machine Washable / Tumble Dry Low
Stripes are made easy with Brava Stripe! Tonal self-striping colorways are combined with our classic, premium acrylic Brava to become an easy-care yarn that stripes up with no extra work. The extra-long color sections create full stripes on a variety of project sizes up to 90 inches wide when knit in the suggested gauge, and each stripe is a semi-solid color to add depth and complexity. Brava Stripe is perfect for hats, scarves, blankets, boxy sweaters, and more!
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The moody colors of the sky at twilight inspired this colorway! Starting with the darkest color, Twilight’s stripes are dark navy blue, medium gray-blue, denim blue, cornflower blue, frosty blue, and sky blue.
Starting with the darkest color, Laguna’s stripes are dark teal, ocean blue, cyan, turquoise, light blue, and white.
Venture into the woods with this stripe sequence! Forest features dark pine green, fern green with yellow undertones, medium forest green, sage, pale gray-green, and white.
Luscious warm yellow stripes bring to mind a slice of frosted layer cake on this colorway. Starting with the darkest color, Buttercream’s stripes are medium copper, gold, mustard yellow, honey, butter yellow, and white.
You’ll find warm, autumnal colors in Spice Cabinet. The darkest stripe is a rich burgundy, which is followed by copper, medium orange, light orange-brown, gold, and mustard yellow.
Candy Jar is made up of super sweet stripes in shades of pink and coral. The darkest stripe is a medium vermillion red, followed by bright coral pink, a muted lighter coral pink, blush pink, and baby pink, with a final stripe of white.
Starting with the darkest color, Berry Wine’s stripes are eggplant purple, medium purple, muted violet, lavender, pale purple-gray, and white.
Our brightest shades of purple come together to make a splash on Orchid. Beginning with the darkest stripe, Orchid has plum purple, medium purple, magenta, orchid pink, and light, lilac purple, with white at the end of the stripe sequence.
No matter how you like your coffee, you’re sure to find a matching shade within Café. The darkest stripe is a deep, cool-toned brown, like black coffee. Next is a medium cool-toned brown, followed by a medium, warm, mocha brown. After that, there’s a lighter latter brown, a dark tan, and a pale, creamy tan.
Cool, blue-toned grays like the ones found in stone cobbles were the inspiration for this colorway. Stonework’s darkest stripe is semi-solid black, and that is followed by a medium gray, a slightly lighter gray with blue undertones, a light gray-green, pale gray, and white.