Crochet Gauge: 8-11 sc = 4'' on K-M hooks
Put Up: Hank
Care: Machine Wash/Tumble Dry Low
Chroma Twist Bulky
Our beloved waves of changing color from Chroma with a stunning twist!
Each of the three plies are individually dyed with the same classic Chroma colorway before being spun together. The result is a sturdy yet soft yarn with subtle thick and thin differences for a hand-spun look and maximum contrast. No two hanks will ever be the same!
The bulky weight is a quick way to whip up anything that needs a twist of color: hats & scarves, kid's garments, or home decor. With a generous 100g of machine-washable superwash wool and nylon, every skein is like a work of art.
Avalon has a sweet pastel pink and a baby blue that are given a bit of an edge by a cool violet and a deep, almost black brown.
Explore the vast depths of Cousteau, with shadows of black, dusty indigo, cyan, aquamarine, and turquoise colliding in swells of cool color.
"Dear Diary, the new colorway in town is SO CUTE! It's kind of moody and wears a lot of black, gray (all kinds, from super pale to a dark asphalt) but every so often I spy a bright flash of hot pink and cream. I think I'm in love!"
A gently cascading series of warm grays, Fog Bank rises from a grayish-purple, to an ash gray, to warm tan, then to a light mist before ending in a very subtle teal with warm gray undertones
Move over rubies and sapphires—Galentine's Day has all the lush jewel tones we need. Cobalt, eggplant, amethyst, cherry red, and mulberry make up this regal colorway.
Shades of meyer lemon, citron, key lime, and dark avocado make GoGo boots a truly electrified & grooooovy colorway.
Quiet grays, ranging from very light to medium steel, shade into a cool iris and a deep violet, finishing with a warm indigo.
A beautiful deep, almost navy, blue lightens into a cornflower blue, then turns into bright grass green, gold, and a wheat yellow.
Named for colorful, popular flower, the coloway Lupine has almost as many shades as its namesake! It starts with a dark, rich purple and lightens up into medium plum and soft lavender, before deepening into a burgundy and then into a warm fuchsia.
Let the gently shifting hues of Narwhal transport you to the pale turquoise, soft mint, and aquamarine waters of the Arctic.
This mythical combination of colors contain a bright, almost acid yellow-green, a bright blue-violet that warms up into an indigo and deepens into a wine-colored purple.
Candy-coated swathes of cool pink, periwinkle, and pale teal swirl together to a mythical and childlike colorway.
Like the stoic tree it is named for, Ponderosa exemplifies the beauty found in nature. Pale silvery brown, dusty black, and fresh pine needle green take us out of the office and into the sage scented hills of a high desert forest.
Like a delicious dessert, Red Velvet tempts you with its luscious reds, red-oranges, and rich tans and browns.
The olive brown-grays of the feathers of a sandpiper are combined with the white of soft clouds scudding across the sky and reflected in the deep blue of the ocean.
Like the unrivaled sunset of a Sedona evening, these sunkissed hues of citrus, persimmon, and cherry fade to lush pomegranate and black plum.
An ocean of greens and blues, Surf's Up is perfect for those who love cooler hues. Teal, pine green, slate blue, aquamarine, and very light blue-green, almost cream, make up this watery colorway.
The oranges, rusts, blues and forest greens of Vermont are similar to an autumn day in that beautiful state. Bright orange fades into pumpkin, then a cool evergreen, and then a deep lake blue
This spectrum of cool blues ranges from a deep, dusky denim with a subtle violet undertone, through middle tones of ocean blues with teal inflection, to a light, greyish powder blue.
Mysterious and spooky, Wednesday is a moody black-to-grey neutral that will complement brighter colorways like Tiki and Shortcake perfectly.
An undyed version of Chroma Twist Bulky, Natural is wonderful to use on its own or simply as a complement to any of the other delightful colorways. Also works wonderfully to tone down brighter shades.