When planning my shawl, I saw that several people who made it from the same yarn, had also used the whole skein, plus a Whirlette, which is the same exact yarn, with less yardage, in a single color. So I bought a Whirlette in a matching color, assuming I’d need to end with that. But my shawl was plenty big with just the single Whirl. When you’re looking at the yarn up close, it isn’t actually an ombre dye job. It’s made up of a few threads spun together, and one by one, they change out for the next color. So 6 dark teal, then 5 dark teal + 1 medium teal, then 2 medium teal, etc. Till you’re in the next solid color, and it happens again. The overall effect is a gradient ombre, but up close it appears a little different.