Flushed with the success from Polychrome Crackle Echo I had a really cool idea. Echo is an extended parallel threading, which is two different twill lines (or crackle) are interleaved together. So it is kind of like two different scarves woven together, so what would happen if one of the threading lines was hand dyed splotches and the other a solid colour. Well let’s find out!
I just happen to have a small bout of hand dyed warp, it is only 96 threads. It is the sister to the warp that I used for this scarf. The original plan was to use the two warps together but I couldn’t figure out a project that worked. The warp is yellow Tencel with splashes of purple and turquoise. The purple dye had broken around the edges into blues and one of the blues was very similar to Blueberry Tencel so I went with that colour as the secondary warp.