Monday, July 15, 2013


Over the weekend I did a quick assessment of the surrounding fiber and realized that I've been dealing with an overload of one color.  From the dye pots to the knitting needles I've been immersed in various shades of red.  From cayenne to cranberry to sangria . . . hot, fiery, sultry red.

I do love red - don't get me wrong - but I felt I needed to mix up the color rotation just a bit.  Of course that involves a new project, so I started looking at anything-but-red colors.  After some deliberation and polling my daughters, I settled on this.

Cool, calm Lucia Lupine . . . the perfect choice to balance out the red.


Anonymous said...

Love the stitch pattern and the color way.......may I ask what the name of this project is?

Stephanie/Dirty Water DyeWorks said...

The design is Massey Wrap by Laura Chau. The reversible stitch pattern is knit on the bias. I'm settling into a groove with this one. Fun!