Crochet Gauge: 21-32 sc = 4'' on B-E hooks (2.25mm-3.5mm)
Put Up: Ball
Care: Machine Wash Gentle / Tumble Dry Low
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Mimicking the luster of Pewter alloy, Angelite Heather is a light grey with blueish undertones. Pair with navy and dark blues for a winning color combination.
Astral is an extremely saturated blue that borders on purple. It makes a statement without being bright or flashy, and it’s a gorgeous accent color. Pair it with more subdued Ciel for a tonal look, or try it with Carbon.
This eggshell blue will bring to mind a certain iconic jewelry box. It coordinates beautifully with softer colors like Morel, and the brighter aspects of Iconic are drawn out when put next to saturated colors like Spice.
At first glance this color may appear charcoal in color, when actually Meridian Heather is more of a deep, dark blue color with a dark grey component. This rich color is a classic that can add subtle depth to darker palettes or set off brighter, lighter hues wonderfully.
Adriatic Heather is a bluish gray color. Similar to the color of your favorite pair of old blue jeans, Adriatic Heather has a weathered and vintage look.
A subdued sage green, Forage would fit in with any nature-inspired color scheme. This light green has a gray undertone to it that makes for a soothing, gentle color. Try it with Morel for a softer look, or use it as a contrast with brighter Spice.
A deep pine needle color, Hemlock Heather is a truly herbaceous green. A cool hue that would pair amazingly with light neutrals.
Lost Lake is a dusty blue-tinged green color. Turquoise blue and yellow flecks give Lost Lake a mottled look like a lake nestled deep in the woods surrounded by lavish trees as the sun sneaks in and reflects beautiful blue and green tones on the water.
Tansy Heather is the color of golden wheat, swaying in the afternoon sun at harvest time. Flaxen and subdued, this orange yellow color will look smashing when worked alongside dark blues and stony greys.
Embers Heather is a bold brick red color. The bright and dark shades of the heathered strands are similar to the color of cherries swirled with chocolate. A rich and tantalizing color that is bold and very pleasing to the eye.
Hollyberry is a rich berry red color. A close resemblance to burgundy, Hollyberry is a jewel tone that looks fabulous when combined with dark colors or with lighter shades.
Like heavily spiced pumpkin pie filling before it’s baked, Spice is a rich pumpkin orange with a hint of a brown undertone. No matter what it’s paired with, Spice adds a bright, cozy energy to any project.
Blush is a delicate, soft pink color with a slight bluish undertone. A light pink, it is a delightful color that looks beautiful when paired with other pastels as well as darker colors.
A deep, alluring purple, Loganberry Heather has highlights and lowlights of warm magenta and navy blue.
Magnolia is a medium, dusty pink color with a slight greyish undertone. A soft heathered color, Magnolia incorporates a variety of color tones from delicate pale pinks and purples to a faint dusty grey. The result being an overall mottled color, much like the petals of a Pink Star Magnolia tree.
Named after the Burgundian grape family, Pinot Heather is a dense maroon red. Lush and intoxicating, its depth of redness reaches the darkest end of the color spectrum.
Like a delicious mushroom, Morel is a subdued brown with slight gray undertones. It’s a gorgeous neutral that looks beautiful on its own but also pairs well with bright colors like Iconic and gentle colors like Forage.
A faded medium brown, Pinecone Heather is a versatile neutral color that looks great with other earthy shades and vibrant pop colors.
Another neutral, Carbon is a solid dark gray with cool undertones. On its own, it creates sleek, sophisticated neutral pieces, and it can be used with other colors to make them stand out.
Lighter than the deepest shadow, Eclipse Heather is a soft black that borders on charcoal grey. A true neutral, this color will look smashing alongside other neutrals or bright pops of color.
Moonstone is a soft grey that resembles Carrera marble. A light neutral grey, Moonstone Heather pairs beautifully with a wide range of colors for any project.
White is a light creamy white color. A true neutral it will go with any color palette as an accent or focal color.