The greens, golds, browns and oranges that seem to inhabit the prairie year round, mixed together in a blocky color way.
The stark white & black bark peeks out from leaves which glisten green, yellow and even a touch of orange in their Autumnal transformation.
The yarn color is created by tying off portions of the yarn to be left white, then overdyeing the rest in yellow, green, and a touch of orange. Black is sprinkled to the white areas.
Strong red & pink tones on light orange base with a touch of yellow, hot – like the planet for which it was named!
The colors of our Rufous Kingfisher are so bright and enticing, they cry out to be used for a special Springtime project! Shades of magenta and pink blend with golden yellows and a hint of blue/purple/green make this a bright and vibrant colorway to excite any knitter.
Sookie’s colors are the rich brown of her auburn/red hair combined with her signature chef’s jacket color of magenta, blended with a touch of gold (reflecting her natural warmth and joyfulness.)
Rich orange and subtle pink tones blend onto a yellow base make a color with a bit more life than the average orange blend.
This is a colorway that is bright and vibrant, but also has the calmness to be used for a traditional man’s garment.
The FLOW version of this colorway is Pheasant.
There’s a feeling something’s up when the Doctor’s been poorly for days, is running a fever and his pulses are racing. Then, when glowing golden light emanates from his extremities, we all know we’re in for a NEW face on the old doc. (When, oh when, will it be a woman…) Order here.
Yellows and reds marry with shades of orange in a strong, blocky colorway with a rich life of it’s own.
The FLOW version of our popular Mandarin Duck, it’s a festival of reds, oranges, mid range blues all joined with a through line of lovely golden yellow.
We were going to call this Yellow-to-Orange-to-Pink color “Tequila Sunrise”, but this name is much more fun, don’t you think?