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Harbor is a deep blue green color. It reminds us of standing on the dock at the harbor and gazing into the deep blue green water that draws us in and enchants us. Combine with jewel tones, neutrals and other blue greens for a variety of color combinations that will inspire your next project.
Celestial is a vibrant royal blue color. Its electric color tone reminds us of a night sky that shines with glistening stars and the radiant glow of the moon. A beautiful medium blue that goes great with a variety of color choices.
Admiral is a dark blue violet color. It leans more towards a dark blue, but the violet tones give it a subtle look that is very cozy and welcoming. Not as dark as a navy blue, but very close to an indigo blue.
Sea Spray is a light blue color with a soft green undertone. Much like the lightest shade of blue in the ocean, Sea Spray is beautiful pastel that is eye catching. It could even be used as a baby blue.
Timber is a rich mahogany brown with red undertones. Pair it with neutrals for a natural look. For a touch of fall pair it with Tiger Lilly or Honey.
Hunter is a dark blue green color with a grey undertone. This rich green can be compared to the lush greens of the forest. A jewel tone, this gem is great for men and looks sharp when paired with Timber and Tiger Lily.
Pesto is a medium toned yellow green color. Close to an avocado or leaf green, Pesto is a pleasant green to keep on hand. It is darker and has more green than Northern Green and looks great when paired with Honey or Tiger Lily and is great for a festive holiday design when combined with Scarlet
Black is a true black and looks great with anything. Use it as an accent color in your favorite pattern or by itself.
Caviar is a medium grey color with a brown undertone. Close in color to dark silver, Caviar is a neutral to keep on hand.
Platinum is a creamy warm grey with a brown undertone. This soft neutral could easily be compared to the color of driftwood. It shines when paired with Timber and Harbor for example.
Burnished is a deep and saturated rust orange color that is perfect for fall. Similar to Masala, Burnished has slightly stronger undertones of brown. A warm and versatile color, Burnished is ideal for sweaters and accessories that are inspired by the beauty of the changing leaves.
Flamingo is a delicate pink with blue undertones. This soft pink reminds us of the lightest colored feathers of the bird, Flamingo. Combine with Sea Spray or Cream for a lighter color palette or with darker tones like Regal, Caviar, or Admiral as an accent in a darker color palette.
Scarlet is a bright red color with an orange undertone. The color of a flame, Scarlet is bold color that looks great in color work.
Wine is a luscious burgundy red color, similar to a deep brick red tone it shines like a fine glass of wine. A romantic color, wine will add a touch of elegance to your wardrobe.
Regal is a rich red violet. It is the shade of a glass of red wine, or blackberry jam. If you are creating a color gradient, Regal fits in between Currant and Fairy Tale.
Fairy Tale is a regal purple with blue undertones that can make your knitting dreams come true. Combine with blues to bring out the blue undertone or with other shades of purple to play up the purple undertone.
Cream is a delicate off white color with a pink undertone. This neutral is ideal for combining with bright spring colors or deep colors for a richer look. A versatile color for any project or occasion.
Turmeric is a brownish, orange yellow color. Inspired by the golden tones of spices found in South Asia, Turmeric will become a favorite color to use in your fall wardrobe.
Velveteen is a soft, yet slightly muted lilac with warm, grey undertones with hints of mauve and wisteria.
Topaz is a warm light brown with hints of dark goldenrod, honey yellow and mahogany. This versatile color can show off more brown hues or rusty orange shades depending on what you pair alongside it.
Kelley and Alison chat about our new fall 2010 yarns in podcast episode 146.
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