My second Textures of Comfort sample was knit in another new colorway to my shop – Emerald.
Emerald is a rich, slightly blue-toned, dark green. Again, another color I have a bit of trouble photographing!
When I was trying to name this color, I searched for “emerald” on the internet. I didn’t think I was going to use that as the name, but I thought it could be a starting point. However, after reading a page about the meaning of emerald, I decided to keep it.
According to Canva, Emerald is a “color that symbolizes balance and harmony,” is seen as the color of renewal, and “is thought to help balance emotions and promote a sense of calm and clarity.” After reading that, Emerald instantly became the official name of this colorway.
Fingering weight, 100% superwash merino.
438 yds, 100 g
Lace weight; 72% kid mohair/28% silk.
459 yds, 50 g
I do my best to match each photo to the true color of the yarn. However, due to variations in display settings on each computer/device, the yarn you receive may vary slightly from what you see on the screen. Additionally, hand dyed yarn can vary from skein to skein and dye lot to dye lot; I highly suggest ordering enough yarn to complete your project!
I highly recommend hand washing your completed project in cold water. There is a chance that some dye may bleed slightly during the first washes, so I also suggest washing items separately. Highly saturated colors and speckled skeins are more prone to this.
Please note, this listing is for “dyed to order” yarn. Your order of Emerald should ship within 2-4 weeks after purchase. Check the Store Policies & FAQ for more information about processing time & shipping.