The use of color in knitting takes different forms. Self striping, hand dyed, single color, tweed, and tonal yarns are familiar examples of ways to introduce color in your knitting. Some combinations are more successful than others. Planning can take away some of the disappointing results. Planning also allows you to duplicate a result you like. This class will explore some of the reasons some combinations work better than others and show how slight changes can dramatically change color interaction. Letting the yarn do the work can be part of the fun.