Ingrid wove these two scarves that are intertwined around one another using a technique called gradients. A couple (or several) colors are gradually changed from one being dominant to being the subdominant color. These were techniques she learned in an online class and expanded into her own designs.
The color changes in the scarf below (also woven by Ingrid) move from dark to lighter and the effect when tied around the neck is stunning in its complexity. It is 10/2 Tencel, sett at 36 epi and woven with an extended point twill on 8 shafts.
This is a shawl that Ingrid entered in the fair this year. She wove it with Malabrigo Silkpaca lace yarn for both the warp and the weft. The structure is twill.