Blue and Green Should ALWAYS Be Seen!
from left: Islington Absinthe, Ochre, Limoncello, Squirrelly, Copperplate Rabbit bag
New in this week is a new gentle lemon in the Islington fingering. Introducing Limoncello!
A new sunny hue that goes beautifully with the new green – Absinthe. And yes, I just realised how alcoholic my new yarn names make me sound. One of those little coincidences that bring a little more joy into the work day. ;-P
from left: Beyul Shrub, Iceberg, Turquoise Tarn
Last update I introduced bright leafy Jade fingering weight Beyul, baby Yak / silk/ ethical Merino and had restocked Shrub…this week blue-green favourites Turquoise Tarn and dreamy, ducks-egg blue Iceberg have been restocked as well for a gloriously full range of blues through yellow in the blend:
from left: Delft, Iceberg, Turquoise Tarn, Serpentine, Jade, Shrub, Steppe.
Perfect for Sarah Shepherd’s flow-y summer knit, Remedy Light! (Some of you may have seen this beauty at Pomfest at the weekend.)
This gif shows the top in some of the many Beyul hues available.
This would also work beautifully in any of the Islington fingering. The A-line shape is flattering for all shapes and I love the back lace dropped-hem detail of this top so much.
shown here in Shrub green
I need to get one on the needles this summer! Having worn the sample, I can tell you it feels amazing on – drapey with a gorgeous weight – and makes a great layering piece for cooler days as well.
All are now in shop!