Subtly variegated deep blue-leaning purple with areas of redder purple and violet. Standard colorway.
Semi-solid pale blue-grey streaked with darker grey. While this colourway is distinctly blue and not green, it might be what one would describe as a minty blue. It's thinking about...
This colorway is created in answer to requests for a cinnamon-flecked pumpkin. It's lightly variegated, with rich pumpkiny oranges, cinnamon browns, and golden browns. It's one of our favorites.Standard colorway....
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In the previous post, we showed you how to predict the behavior of your variegated yarn. Now let's look at how you can knit it for the best effect.If your yarn falls into the first of the three categories we looked at in part one, you don't really need to plan much. These sorts of colorways generally knit up into a beautiful fabric with a unique balance & blend of color, which the eye will perceive as a single color until you get closer.The exception is when you have skein with a dynamic and complex rainbow of shades-contrasts of different colors or of lights and dark in the skein. In such a case you might want to shy away from... Continue Reading →
One of our last updates featured a highly variegated new colorway, Another Dye in the Pot, one which is likely to pool a bit. While we have a deep love for the subtle shifts of semi-solid colors, we can also get on board with the crazy, kaleidoscopic colors. Pairing these together creates an exciting palette and mix of shades you might not imagine combining. They're super fun to dye and are amazingly beautiful. You can expect to see an offering of rainbow madness in surprising color tones over the course of the summer. But, you may be asking yourself, what the bleep am I going to knit with that? And how can I tell what it's going to look like... Continue Reading →