Crochet Gauge: 11 - 14 sc = 4'' on I - K hooks (5.5 mm-6.5 mm)
Put Up: Skein
Care: Machine Wash Gentle / Tumble Dry Low
Mighty Stitch is a Superwash Superhero! A crafting powerhouse combining 20% Superwash Wool and 80% Acrylic, this yarn is perfect for garments, accessories, and blankets, too! When you need an easy-care yarn in a wide range of gorgeous hues, you're sure to think, “Mighty Stitch to the Rescue!”
Celestial is a vibrant royal blue color. This electric shade reminds us of a night sky that shines with glistening stars and the radiant glow of the moon. A beautiful medium-dark blue that goes great with a variety of color choices.
Gulfstream, named after the powerful Atlantic Ocean current, is a bright teal. Gulfstream is a cool yet bold color that makes a statement.
A classic that can't be improved upon, Navy is the perfect dark blue. This stylish color looks equally lovely with brights like Coral, pastels like Blush, and darker hues like Eggplant.
Navy blue is blended with white to create a pastel blue heather. Much like faded denim, this shade of blue looks at home with most colors, but it looks particularly nice with bright shades like Love Letter or Bubblegum. For a tonal look, try it with solid Navy.
Sky is a light blue color. Close in color to a baby blue or the sky on a clear spring day, it shines when paired with other pastels and darker shades of blue.
Marina is a vibrant blue green color. A cool, bold teal reminiscent of the deep, glistening waters of the Carribean. It is a fun way to brighten up any project.
Spruce is a deep teal color that is named for the deep blue and green tones of a Spruce tree. This rich jewel tone will add a touch of elegance to your next project. It looks great when paired with other jewel tones as well as with pastels.
Dark teal is blended with white to create a unique, pale blue-green heather. When paired with greens like Ivy Heather, the blue tones of Spruce Heather are brought out, and pairing it with blue like Navy Heather draws out the green tones. For a tonal look, try it with solid colored Spruce.
Alfalfa is a cool yellow green color. A delicate foliage green, Alfalfa could be used as a pastel. It is very close to a lime green, but is a softer shade with more yellow tones. Brighten up your next project with this special color!
Dublin is medium green with a slight yellow undertone. It is a rich Irish green that reminds us of shamrocks and clover patches. A lush green, it is perfect for use with other shades of green as well as with earthy tones for a warm nature inspired project.
Rich and dark, Ivy is a green so vibrant it feels alive. The slight blue undertones keep it fresh and cool, reminiscent of dark, pine-scented forests. Perfect for dramatic garments by itself, or lighten it up with brights like Alfalfa or Cotton Candy.
Dark ivy green is blended with white to become a frosty, pale green heather. This relaxing green looks great with Spruce Heather and Mulberry Heather as a cool-toned pastel trio. For a tonal look, try it with solid Ivy.
True to its name, Macaw captures the vibrant shades of green found in these bright and colorful birds. Macaw is a true bright green with slightly cooler undertones that works well alone or as a bright accent color to make your project pop.
Mint is a perfectly pastel shade of blue green - ideal for softer palettes and for baby projects. This light refreshing hue works wonderfully on its own, or pair it with dark neutrals like Navy for a modern look.
A gentle green with blue and gray undertones, Sage is the perfect choice for a soothing garden-inspired project. Use it with Dublin for a two-tone look, or combine it with Palomino and Spruce Heather to create a relaxing, cozy palette.
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 gray and cream.
Custard is a creamy light yellow color. This soft pastel is as tantalizing as the dessert it is named after. It is also very similar in color to lemon chiffon. It pairs up beautifully with browns, blues, oranges, and purples.
Straight out of the crayon box, Sunflower is a true primary yellow. Vibrant and sunny, this citron shade pulls no punches when it comes to its golden intensity.
Orange is a true orange color. A medium shade that looks perfect with browns, greens and reds for that perfect fall sweater, it also works perfectly in a rainbow spectrum.
Bask in the cheery splendor of Satsuma! Bold, warm, and citrusy, this shade is unapologetically orange.
Love Letter is a lovely regal shade red. A cross between Serrano and Pomegranate, this medium red has a slightly blue undertone.
Serrano is a fiery, true red color with slightly orange undertones. Named after the Serrano Pepper, it is sure to spice up your knitting projects. It pairs up beautifully with blues and neutrals as a focal or accent color.
Blush is a light carnation pink color that would be right at home with other pastels for a gorgeous baby blanket. Use it with dark colors to add a lighter touch, or by itself for a special spring project.
Bubblegum is a bright candy colored shade of pink with soft blue undertones.
Fruit Punch is a vibrant pinkish red color with a slightly orange undertone. This electric salmon color is perfect for a modern pop of color!
The scorching hot pink of your dreams, Pucker is perfect as an accent with darker colors like Black or Ash, and simply stunning with lighter shades like Cream or White. For a real hot shot project, try Pucker on its own!
Eggplant is a deep royal purple color. This cool violet shade with blue undertones reminds us of a juicy batch of fresh purple grapes as well as the rich purple tones of the vegetable it is named after.
Fairy Tale is a regal magenta purple, a transitional hue that can make the gradient of your dreams come true. Combine it with warm shades for a charming combination, or try it with light neutrals like cream for an enchanted palette that will have your projects living happily ever after.
Mulberry is a gorgeous 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.
White is blended with a dark, cool-toned violet to create a pastel purple heather. Equally at home with other heathers as well as solids, try Mulberry Heather with Ivy Heather or Custard for a pastel dream. For a tonal look, try it with solid Mulberry.
Wisteria is a pale lavender with silver undertones. It looks beautiful and subtle when combined with light neutrals and is a fabulous light accent for darker purple hues.
Bark is a medium chocolate brown color. It’s as tantalizing as your favorite candy bar, yet the perfect neutral to add to your wardrobe or yarn stash for future projects. It is the perfect focal yarn or looks great as an accent color when combined with lighter yarn colors.
A tasty delight, Chocolate is a rich dark brown with warm caramel undertones. A treat when paired with lighter colors or on its own for a decadent project.
Chocolate brown is blended with white to become a warm tan heather. Chocolate Heather is a warm neutral that’s gorgeous with solids, like Dublin, or other heathers, like Navy Heather. For a tonal look, try it with solid Chocolate.
Ash is a rich charcoal gray color. A dark neutral gray, Ash can be combined with a variety of color tones as a background shade, or as the deep accent color in a tonal gray spectrum.
No one can resist a good heathered gray like Ash Heather! Dark ash gray is blended with white to create a cool-toned, medium gray heather. This classic neutral goes with everything. For a tonal look, try it with solid Ash.
Black is a true ebony black, deep and dark. Use this classic, versatile color as an accent color in your favorite pattern or by itself.
An elegant neutral grey, Silver is a slate gray color and is lighter than Ash. It is a must to keep in your yarn stash and is the perfect shade to accent every other color.
Cream is a delicate off white color with a very slight pink undertone. This neutral is ideal for combining with bright colors like Pucker a or deep colors like Spruce or a richer look. A versatile color for any project or occasion.
Add a little extra milk to your latte, and you’ve got the color of Latte Mighty Stitch! A classic creamy beige, this neutral softens bright color palettes and adds a pinch of sophistication.
A creamy beige color, Oyster is a soft neutral the same shade as the inside of a delicious ocean bivalve. The perfect background or accent to use with a wide range of colors.
Much like the palomino horses’ coat, Palomino Mighty Stitch is a warm shade that borders between tan and mustard yellow. With brighter colors, it can act as a neutral, and in a more subdued color palette, it’s the perfect golden shade.
White is a true neutral it will go with any color palette as an accent or focal color.