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Luminous is a medium blue with slight green undertones. With hints of Cerulean and Steel Blue, Luminous is a wonderful blue with just enough teal that makes it a wonderful transition color when paired with colors like Pearl, Firefly, and Gem.
Gem is a deep blue-green that is similar to a dark pine green with strong blue undertones. Just as light hitting a gemstone shifts the color, Gem has the ability to highlight its blue or green undertones depending on what other colors it is paired with. Darker than Spruce and Kenai, youll love Gem for its versatility.
Lunar is a dark blue with a subtle silvery finish. With underlying tones of midnight blue, Lunar also has hints of navy but with a stronger tone of blue and pairs well with other greens and lighter blues.
Sand is a vibrant tawny brown with golden undertones. Brighter than Topaz, Sand has stronger tones of golden orange. Pair with neutral colors to bring out the brown tones of Sand, or try warmer shades like Valentine to highlight the tawny orange undertones.
Dune is a toasty medium brown with warm, tawny undertones. Pair it with Luster or Sand for a lovely warm neutral palette, or try it with bold colors like Firefly or Lunar to bring out Dunes vibrant undertones.
Luster is a soft olive green with strong muted undertones. With its earthy green undertones, Luster is a delicate green that leans slightly towards neutrals and has a wonderful vintage appeal.
Firefly is a wonderful mossy green color that seems to glow! And just like its namesake, Firefly is a bright and vibrant color with slightly olive green undertones that is sure to brighten up your next project.
Pearl is a soft sea foam green color with strong, shimmering silver undertones. Subtle and delicate, Pearl is a color that could almost pass as a silvery grey with slightly green undertones. Use this color as a unique cool neutral or use it on its own for your next project that needs a dose of understated elegance.
Dragonfly is a dark yet shimmering evergreen color with cool undertones. Similar to a dark forest green and a warm pine green, Dragonfly is a lush green that would pair beautifully with other jewel tones.
Black is a true black and looks great with anything. Use it as an accent color in your favorite pattern or by itself.
Abalone is a vibrant pink with strong tones of fuchsia, magenta, and ruby throughout. Darker than Cosmopolitan yet lighter and more pink than Fairy Tale, Abalone is a refined pink that is bright yet elegant.
Quartz is a deep burdundy red color with hints of maroon, wine, and rosewood. Quartz is an elegant color with shifting color tones that easily transition from warmer to cooler depending on what it is paired with.
Valentine is a dark and complex red that is similar to carmine but with more pronounced blue undertones. Valentine is a versatile color that can shift to highlight ever so slightly tawny undertones when paired with warmer, golden colors like Sand.
Nebula is a richly saturated purple with cooler blue undertones. Elegant and sophisticated, Nebula is a deep purple that is darker than Eggplant, yet just as vibrant in tone a true purple lovers delight!
White is a pure snow white color. A true neutral it will go with any color palette as an accent or focal color.
This is one of the most beautiful yarns I've ever knit with. It has beautiful stitch definition and the colors are gorgeous. Everyone who sees me knitting with it stops to admire the yarn. Please continue to carry this, I can see myself knitting with it over and over again!
Just finished a summer sweater in firefly! Love the hand of the yarn ... very easy to work with. I love this yarn and am already thinking of my next project with it. ... I'll welcome more colors as they come along since I'll be using this for years to come!
This is a beautiful yarn to work with and the sheen is lovely.
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