This week, we are releasing a new colourway collection specifically designed for sweater knitting. The Sweater Collection colourways, when viewed at a distance, look like normal semi-solid colours but, once you look closer, you can see they are in fact made up of lots of tiny speckles. This effect is very subtle - great for sweater knitting - but as a whole gives the fabric lovely depth. To show you how this effect works, I swatched up one of our new colourways, Worn Denim. The top picture shows how this colourway looks from afar and then up close.
If you zoom in further, you'll be able to see all those tiny speckles.
These colourways are created using a new micro-speckle technique that distributes tiny particles of dye all over the yarn. We are super happy with these colourways and are currently in the process of developing more.
From the top
- First Impression
- Mint Tea
- Worn Denim
- Crooked Beat
- Pop Art
We are currently working on swatches for all of these colourways and will be posting them on the website in a few days.
All of our colourways this week have been dyed onto our super lush Merino Cashmere Fingering base. Check them out in the shop on Friday 9am AEST. To find out what time this will be in your neck of the woods, click here.
Hope you love our new Sweater Collection colourways; we can't wait to show you more over the next few weeks!
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