We will be adding a couple of brand new self-striping colorways and a few returning favorites to our shop update on January 26, 2018, at 6:00 pm, mountain time —
My Bloody Valentine
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we are bringing back My Bloody Valentine, inspired by the 1981 horror movie. Dyed on our Big Sky Base, the stripes are approximately 5 rows each of coal mining gray, bloody red, mine shaft black, don’t break my heart light pink, candy box dark pink, and Valentine’s party purple. “Roses are red, violets are blue, one is dead, and so are you.”
2018 Winter Olympics
In February, the world will watch as amazing athletes compete in the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. We have dyed an inversible set of two half-skeins (215 yards each; 430 yards total) that depict the Olympic rings and the diversity of nations and talents at the games. Dyed on our Big Sky Base, one half-skein will consist of 2 rows of each color of the Olympic rings (blue, red, green, black and yellow) surrounded by 4 rows of speckles, and the other half-skein will be the inverse (4 rows of each color of the Olympic rings surrounded by 2 rows of speckles). Go Team USA!
After a long absence, we have brought back one of our most popular colorways — Gothic Rainbow. We have dyed this muted rainbow colorway on our Big Sky Base, and the striping is approximately 3 rows each of gloomy purple, mysterious orange/red, decaying flesh, medieval moss, mysterious green, cloudy sky, 12th century black, and gothic gray. The muted lush colors of this yarn are simply gorgeous, if we must say so ourselves!
Our last new colorway for this update was dyed on our Boulder Tweed Base, and it contains seven classic, vintage colors of the 1940’s. The striping sequence consists of 4 rows each of dusty rose, olive green, light green, brown, purple, turquoise, and gold.