I’m starting a new series to show a few color variations in some of our designs. I included a grey shade in each one so you can imagine them in whatever color you choose (or if grey is your color, then there you go).
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People love the Amiririsu scarf but what if you don’t like it in the lavender-blue? Here are a few more colors for you.
Hive Mind Cowl
Hive Mind is such a fun, quick knit! I can see making a few of them to throw on as a quick additional layer. Make one for each coat and treat them like purses – I know you have lots of bags!
I have to admit that I fell in love with this cowl even more while working on this post. The color variations all drew me into it, and I even loved the thought of putting it on with a top as an accessory to an outfit.
Plus, who doesn’t like another excuse to buy more yarn? More yarn!
Socks are a great way to add some color to your wardrobe. You can go crazy with sock colors and people will rarely tell (unless you want them to – then go hike up those pant legs).
I know the original orange in the Cawfields Socks isn’t for everyone, so here are a couple other colors for you.
Like seeing these?
What did you think about see the different colors? Is there anything else you’d like to see? I tried not to allow my own color preferences to shine through here (you don’t see any pink, do you?) but let me know what I might have missed. More variations? Additional colors? Other views?
I have another three planned for you for tomorrow…
Different colorways for variegated, self-striping, ombre, gradient, etc. It would be interesting to look at color pooling as well – what looks awful and what works-and how these colorways look in different stitches.
Ooh that’s a great suggestion – thanks! Different types of colors look quite different in different stitches! I won’t say “look good” or “look bad” because that’s really a question of what you define as looking good versus looking bad. But I can see an exploration of color types with stitch patterns. I think that would be both fun and educational! Thanks for that suggestion 🙂
The scarf begs to be knit in an antique ivory.
Ivory would be gorgeous for Amiririsu!