Tag: hand dyed yarn

Awen … Ahhhhhhmen

500 yards skeins…a trip down memory lane. And I love Awen. A la mode is inspired by Phrynie Fisher in the Murder Mysteries.  

Gradients and Ombres

A couple years ago I put out a series of ombre’s in teals and burgundies. I was flattered to see something similar out at Yarnosphere. After all, you have to tackle the ombre at least once in your dying life. However, I was determined… Continue Reading “Gradients and Ombres”

Weights and Textures

    Finally streamlined for your pleasure….

Small Town Parade

Kind of excited…I knit up a swatch and test washed it too. And I was not nice. The red was determined to not turn the white pink.   

The Neutrals

Here’s where I am not sure if I was in the right mood for browns and greys. However, the light greys have cool undertones and the browns aren’t just plain old brown. Included in this photo op is the “view of the Guadalupe” and… Continue Reading “The Neutrals”

Purples are done…yes!

Note: That I spent the afternoon winding skeins but have not yet named most the purples.

Orange Palette

For some reason I’ve gone antique. Here’s the additions to my color palette for 2014-2015!

New Palette

Merino 600 600 YARDS, 6 oz. | SUPER WASH MERINO | SMOOTH HAND | FINGERING WEIGHT | $32.00 PER SKEIN L = Long Color Change | M = Medium | MO = Mottled or Marbled

Barley Hat

We made some modifications. I decided to use sport weight yarn on the hat. You can get the actual pattern at Tin Can Knits. So the mistake I made was counting the wrong number of stitches. I was sure I had 90. Then at… Continue Reading “Barley Hat”

Follow the Sheepwalk to Texas

      Thinking of renaming this skein “Comfort Cold Brew”