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 “ready to ship” yarn, if you’d like a larger quantity or this colorway is sold out, please check the Dyed to Order listings for “made to order” yarn availability. Check the Store Policies & FAQ for more information about how this effects processing time & shipping.