Each colorway is shown first in fiber, then in yarn, but keep in mind that each one is handpainted, so will vary from one batch to the next, plus each different fiber/yarn will take the dye differently, and everyone’s monitor is different as well, so your order might not look exactly like what you see in the picture.
Berry Patch…raspberry, teal green, and a little blue.
Earth’s Royalty…gold, rust, mauvey-purple, moss green, brown.
Eclipse (without sunshine)……red, black
Eclipse (with sunshine)……red, orange, yellow, and a little black
Fall Leaves…red (bright to dark), rust, brown.
Horizon….earthy purple, rust, teal blue, brown.
Ledges….browns, tans, grays, blacks.
Mexican Fiesta…bright! red, orange, blue.
Muddy Waters…blues, greens, brown.
Ocean Waters….turquoise, blue, purple.
Ocean Waters Yarn:
Purple Mountain Majesty….purples, raspberry, little black.
Rainbow….painters primary colors, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, green.
Rainbow Reflection…printers primary colors….bright yellow, orange, magenta, purple cyan, lime green.
Santa Fe…turquoise, red, gold, green.
Southwestern Desert….peach, brown, moss green.
Stormy Skies…dark blue, bright blue, little purple and black.
Under the Sea….Teal green, little lime green, turquoise, purple.
Wildflowers….hot pink, orange, lime green.
If you order as a “variegated” colorway, each color will vary from 6-18″ long.
If you order as a “pansy” it will have little bits of colors rather than longer stretches, (when you look at a field of pansies, you see lots of little bits of colors).
If you order as a “speckled” it will have lots of white background with very little bits of colors from the colorway sprinkled throughout the skein.
If you order a “tonal”, you can pick one color from the colorway (ie: the raspberry from Berry Patch). These can be just slightly different tones, or extremely tonal to the point of having white in the skein (let me know in the notes when you order).
Samples of some of the colorways:
(More coming soon!!!)
This is a picture of the Rainbow colorway on several different fibers. You can see how each fiber takes the dye differently. The skein on top is a BFL blend (and has little “neps”, which shows up as little black flecks). Underneath, starting at the top, is a skein of yak blend. Below that is a merino/tencel blend. All three of those skeins have been dyed in the “variegated” format. That is why you see the longer strands of each color, and the colors are more bold when dyed in this format. The last skein is also the merino/tencel blend, but dyed in the “Pansy” format. You can see how the exact same yarn will look quite different depending on how it was dyed. Pictured below the skeins is a ball of BFL/silk fiber in Rainbow.
Pictures coming soon of all of the colorways!