I am requesting your opinion! In my last post I discussed a shawl that I have been working on. Originally, the shawl was knitted from one skein of yarn and the edging from a second ball. When I decided to lengthen it, I needed to add in yarn from the second ball to the body of the shawl. Then I noticed that there was a difference in the intensity of the colors between the two skeins. They are both of the same colorway, and there is no dye lot listed. This was not an issue at all when one comprised the body and the other the edging; it was not even noticeable.
Here are the questions I am posing: Is this difference noticeable people other than myself? Should I keep going with the second ball, which will make 5′ of the shawl in one skein, and the last 1′ and edging out of the second ball, or should I just frog it and wear the short version the way I had originally knitted it. I notice the difference now, but I am not sure if it will be evident to others. Any advice you can give will be very helpful!