Put Up: Ball
Care: Hand Wash/Dry Flat
Lustrous, elegant, and versatile – Curio is sure to be your favorite new crochet thread! This mercerized, 2-ply #3 crochet thread is available in a brilliant range of shades, and is heavier than Curio #10. Use this weight for doilies, jewelry, amigurumi, garments, and more.
Bahama is a green blue color that shines with neon intensity. A bold color, it has more green than turquoise and is more vibrant than teal. Use it in your next project to add a splash of color.
Blue is a true medium blue. It is the perfect shade of blue that compliments a range of colors from neutrals to pastels. Slightly deeper in tone than an ocean blue, it is a must to have in your yarn stash.
Clarity is a very light powder blue color with an ever so subtle hint of green. This versatile color makes a lovely contrast against a variety of colors.
Navy is a deep, dark blue color. One of the darkest shades of blue, Navy can be mistaken for black at a quick glance. This rich color will add a classic color scheme for your next project.
Kenai is a vibrant turquoise color. It is representative of the deep rich colors that combine to make the eye-catching colors of our oceans and rivers.
Jalapeno is a medium yellow green with black undertones. Reminiscent of the color of a jalapeno pepper, it will have you hopping with excitement.
Mmm. This yarn is the color of a double scoop of pistachio gelato. Pistachio is a cool mint green yarn that lets you create ice cream inspired combinations.
A vibrant yellow, Canary will remind you of daffodils and schoolbuses. It has a slight green undertone for a more modern yellow that pairs beautifully with neutrals like grey and cream.
Turmeric is a brownish, orange yellow color. Inspired by the golden tones of spices found in South Asia, Turmeric will become a favorite color to use in your fall wardrobe.
Clementine is a muted yellow orange with a slight grey undertone. Named after the Clementine Orange, this color is as delectable as its namesake.
A gorgeous peachy coral, Conch is vivid and summery, perfect for garments with a poolside vibe. This bright color has cool pink undertones for stunning, eye-catching projects.
Copper is an earthy reddish brown color. It is darker and has more brown than red iron oxide does but features more red than a light cinnamon tone. A rich color that is perfect for fall and looks great with neutrals and other earthy tones.
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.
Serrano is a fiery red color. Named after the Serrano Pepper, it is sure to spice up your knitting projects. It pairs up beautifully with neutrals as a focal or accent color.
Soft and sophisticated, Tea Rose is a dusty rose color with muted undertones. A color with timeless elegance, Tea Rose has warm undertones with subtle hints of puce.
Comfrey is a muted lavender with warm undertones that has an understated elegance to it. In addition to hints of dusty plum and stormy wisteria, Comfrey a lovely color that pairs well with other muted colors and soft pastels.
Eggplant is a medium royal purple color. This cool, blue-violet shade reminds us of a juicy batch of fresh purple grapes as well as the rich purple tones of the vegetable it is named after.
A delicate pinkish purple color, Heliotrope is a lovely pastel that reminds us of the purple and violet tones found in the beautiful blooms of the fragrant perennial.
Black is a true black and looks great with anything. Use it as an accent color in your favorite pattern or by itself.
Hawk is a graphite grey color. Dark in tone, Hawk is also very close to the color of steel and is neutral enough to work with a range of colors.
Whisker is a warm light grey color with a slightly brown undertone. This soft neutral will make jewel tones pop and pastels shine. Combine with other neutrals for a beautiful tonal themed project.
White is a pure snow white color. A true neutral it will go with any color palette as an accent or focal color.
An undyed version of Curio, Bare is wonderful to use on its own or simply as a complement to any of the other shade. A warm beige, Natural also works wonderfully to tone down brighter shades.