Knitting Gauge: 7-8 sts = 1 on #1-3 needles (2.25mm - 3.25mm)
Crochet Gauge: 21 – 32 sc = 4'' on B - E hooks (2.25mm-3.5mm)
Put Up: hank
Care: Machine wash gentle, tumble dry low
A bold, vivacious pink colorway, High Tea is a classy mix of bold cerise, hot pink, a warm light red-purple, and a light carnation pink. Perfect for show-off-worthy socks, sweaters, and hats, High Tea will have you stepping out in style.
Named after the city in the Scottish Highlands, Inverness is a cool-toned colorway. Composed of deep navy, forest green, a dark anthracite, and with a pop of celestial blue, these neutral hues are wonderful for socks, shawls or other garments.
You'll be saying "Nevermore!" to dull socks once you see this rich, dark purple-black colorway. Subtle but memorable, the juicy mulberry, cool bluish-plum, and coal black, with iris highlights, will make for cozy socks and garments to keep you warm upon a midnight dreary.
Blue Yonder is a wild combination of turquoise tones. Turquoise shifts to cerulean, cyan, aqua, and sky blue. This shade looks like a crystal clear lagoon or a cloudless summer sky. Pair with any bright color, like Springtime Tonal, Summer Blooms Tonal, Royal Tonal, or Deep Waters Tonal.
Cool to eye and touch, this minty, glacial tonal ranges from a very light celeste blue to an aquamarine to a robin's egg blue. As refreshing as a snowball on a hot summer day.
Jump in and enjoy the bright and refreshing shades of Cold Stream! Shades of turquoise, Tiffany, and teal combine with spearmint and moss for a bold color statement. Add extra splashes of color by combining Cold Stream with Poppy Field or High Tea.
Imagine a drive through the mountains on a bright summer day, the view lush with vibrant greens and blue: this is Mountain Pass. Cyan and sky blue shift to teal and are joined by yellow-green and jade. Open the windows and enjoy…
Fresh, crisp, and clean, Eucalyptus cleanses the mind and spirit. This subtle grey-green tonal features cool shades of oyster, fog, celadon, and sage. Combine Eucalyptus with Pearlescent for a refreshing and invigorating combination.
Just like the specialty-grown green tea that inspired its name, Matcha is subtly layered with color. The pale yellow greens start very light – almost cream – and subtly shift to celadon, pear, and finish with asparagus green.
More like the golden poppies of California than the famous reds of Flanders Fields, this is a fabulous warm tonal. With shades from straw to saffron to a dark goldenrod, this is a colorway that will warm even the darkest day.
Heartfelt is the color of perfectly red lipstick. This ruby red shade combines shades of red with both blue and orange undertones to create a bright red that is universally flattering to wear. Shades of crimson, scarlet, tomato, ruby, and cranberry combine to make a shade you will fall in love with over and over again.
Pinks, lilacs, and mauves mingle in this sweet colorway. A cooler combo, with more blue than red. No guarantees that you'll hear the sea if you put your ear next to a skein, however.
Blue Violet is a pastel and misty mix of colors, shifting from periwinkle blue to lavender purple. This elegant hand painted yarn has shades of lilac, periwinkle, wedgewood, lavender, and iris. Pair Blue Violet with a foggy gray yarn to add sophistication to this pastel.
Pops of deep purple and vibrant mulberry make Cordial a sweet and strong tonal. Definitely on the pink side of purple, Cordial has bits of magenta, boysenberry, and jam, with a deep raisin wine finish. Pair it with Seashell for a delicious pink and purple combination.
Dark and mysterious, Orbit's dark purple/blue hues shifts from dark periwinkle to grey to almost-black. The cool tones will pair well with Blue Violet Tonal for an out-of-this-world monochromatic project.
With a range of purples from lilac to deep plum, Pansy is a gorgeous, majestic colorway.
The neutral colors of Mocha vary from a warm medium brown, to beige, to a faint lilac-gray, and ending in a very light stone gray.
Nature Walk is a mélange of delightfully subtle earthen hues calling to mind the shifting tones of rich soil and the earliest natural dies, including Pale and Burnt Sienna, earthy purples and salmon-y browns.
Foraged is a blend of natural neutrals both cool and warm ranging from the chocolatey browns of a loamy forest floor to the cool, silvery greys of rainclouds.
Reminiscent of all the shades of grey that can be seen right as a thunderstorm rolls in, Thunderhead is a study in all the various shades of grey. Warm tones such as silver, soft ash grey and a neutral grey are played against cooler tones of dark taupe grey, slate and battleship grey.
All aboard for this tonal, featuring coal black, a dark steel, and medium smoke gray. On the cooler side, Train Station will keep your darker-hued projects chugging along!
Pearlescent is truly a color that shines - shades of ivory combine with a warm light grey as well as light shades of platinum and silver. The beauty of Pearlescent is in the subtlety of the variegation. A must have color for any fans of neutral or warm colorways, also great as a neutral shade to combine with other bold colorways.