Crochet Gauge: 11–14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Skein
Care: Machine Wash Cold /Tumble Dry Low
Our practical prodigy and home décor hero, Dishie is a hardworking worsted weight 100% cotton yarn with a tight spin and high absorbency. This makes Dishie not only easy to crochet with, but extremely durable as well - the go-to choice for hardwearing projects that will last for years, even with daily use. Made for dishcloths, this stash staple is naturally machine washable and stays bright and colorful wash after wash, making it the ideal choice for kitchen projects such as dishcloths and hand towels. This multi-purpose, easy-care yarn is also soft, smooth, and cottony, working well for rugs, toys, and market bags. Proudly practical, Dishie is an elevated workhorse yarn that will level up your handmade home in the kitchen and beyond.
Azure is a heraldic blue color that will remind you of a cloudless sky. Its blue color and light purple undertones shine when combined with other neutrals and other luscious blues.
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 a slight gray cast. This versatile color is light enough to brighten up projects as an accent color, or to add a bit of contrast against a variety of colors.
A soothing color, Dewdrop is a gentle pale blue with a grey undertone that is perfect for making spa-worthy items and accessories.
A classic that can't be improved upon, Navy is the perfect dark blue. Its deep and velvety midnight tones are elegant by themselves or simply stunning when paired with nearly any color.
Kenai is a vibrant turquoise color. An equal mixture of blue and green, Kenai is brighter than Woodland Sage. It is representative of the deep rich colors that combine to make the eye-catching colors of our oceans and rivers.
A brighter version of the pigments found in patinated copper, Verdigris is an exuberant shade of teal with a slightly yellow undertone. This gorgeous green is equally suited for use in both modern and classic coastal décor.
Douglas Fir is a deep pine green color with a slight black undertone. It features more blue than a hunter green, but has more green than a mallard green. A luscious jewel tone, Douglas Fir pairs beautifully with other jewel tones.
Honeydew is a soft green with yellow undertones. Similar to the color of the juicy flesh of the honeydew melon, this yummy color looks fabulous with other soft colors as well as with neutral grays and blue greens.
Jade symbolizes luck, and this colorway is no exception! This cool green pops against coral shades, is complementary to zesty oranges, or can be used with a white or cream color for a beachy feel. Add Jade to a natural wood color for nature-inspired projects.
Jalapeno is a medium yellow green with black undertones. Reminiscent of the color of a jalapeno pepper, it will have you hopping with excitement. Combine with Clementine or Creme Brulee for a spicy and fun combination, or tone it down with a selection of neutrals for a softer appeal.
Mint is a perfectly pastel shade of blue green - ideal for softer palettes. This light refreshing hue works wonderfully on its own, or pair it with a darker green-blue for a modern look.
Butterscotch is a warm golden hue that is a classic accent to traditional color schemes. Butterscotch complements blues, teals and purples, and warms up any monochromatic project.
Crème Brulee is a soft custard yellow color that is as tantalizing as the dessert it was named after. This delicate yellow will look great combined with other bright spring colors or would make a beautiful accent color combined with darker colors such as blue.
Clementine is a muted yellow orange with a slight grey undertone. Named after the Clementine Orange, this color is as delectable as its name sake. Combine with other vibrant colors for a bold, spring and summer look or combine with darker brown, greens and blues for fall and masculine looks.
Teetering on the edge between ultra-bold and not-quite-neon, Fox is a truly outrageous shade of orange. Perfect for making colorful critters and Halloweeny items!
Sunbaked is a deep combination of red and brown that will add layers to your design. Reminiscent of the color of ceramics, Sunbaked radiates warmth and richness.
Fiesta is a bright red with orange undertones. This vibrant color is sure to spice up your wardrobe when paired with neutrals, browns and blues. Combine with greens, like Jalapeno, for a festive project.
Pomegranate is a deep jewel toned red with a slight purple undertone. A deep lavish color that resembles the rich red tones of pomegranate seeds, this beautiful color will make a bold statement in your next project.
Begonia is a bright and bold magenta pink. A girly shade, but vibrant enough to be appreciated by children and adults. This is a deep rose, or a raspberry pink.
Blush is a light, soft pink with slightly cool undertones. It really pops next to darker colors like Black or Navy, and is a delightful accent to brights like Clementine or Tranquil.
Colonial Rose is a tribute to a non-conventional rose color, named for the historic natural specimen. It is a tribute to a floral, sunny colorway that incorporates hues of peach, yellow and reds. Colonial Rose pairs well with warm colors and complements cooler shades.
Conch is a light pinkish orange color and has less red than Rose Hip. Much like the beautiful coral colors found on the inside spiral of a conch shell; it is a vibrant shade that will make your color work shine.
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.
Lilac Mist is a soft and sophisticated shade of lavender. This color has a cool blue-gray undertone that works well with other cool blues, purples and grays.
Mulberry is a dusty plum color. A medium purple, Mulberry is lighter and has less purple than Eggplant. A regal jewel tone, it is perfect for use as a focal color or in color work.
Coffee is a palatable, dark brown with black undertones. A lavish brown that resembles the rich tones of coffee beans, Coffee will have you dreaming up your next project. Create beautiful color combinations when combined with neutrals, oranges and yellows for a fun fall design.
Mushroom is an ode to the earthiness of the best of Mother Nature, with gray undertones. Mushroom serves as a backdrop to contrast color combinations across the color wheel. It also pairs beautifully with neutrals.
Ash is a charcoal gray color with blue undertones. This cool tone can be combined with other neutrals for a more monotone look, or with brights for a boost for either a feminine or masculine look.
Dark as coal and always in style, Black is a classic. It's deep and even hue guarantees head-turning style when used by itself, or use it to add some edge to light colors like Fiesta Red, Azure, or Linen.
Inlet is a perfect gray mist reflected where a morning sky meets the blue and green of a tidal pool. Use it to cool down a colorful palette or add to complementary pastels for a contemporary classic hue.
Silver is a slate gray color. An elegant neutral grey, Silver is a must-have color to keep in your yarn stash. It is the perfect shade that will go with every color.
Linen is a light beige color with soft pink undertones. A neutral itself, Linen looks beautiful when combined with a variety of color choices.
Swan is a creamy off white with a slight yellow undertone. This soft neutral works beautifully when combined with other neutrals, or combine with pastels for a fresh spring or summer design and more. It can be used in place of a true white.