Kind Of Blue . . . the title of one of my favorite Miles Davis' albums. The phrase sprang to mind when I recently surveyed the efforts from a day of dyeing.
Not that I'm in a blue, down-in-the-dumps kind of mood. I do find it interesting that from a long list of colors that had to be dyed, I chose most of the blue tone colors on the same day.
The yarn shown is Comfy Sox - Azure above and Peacock below. These are two examples of blues I dyed in one day - the other two blues didn't make the photo shoot.
In a slight shift from blue . . . I finished this the other day.
This is my second Hoarfronst by Anne Hanson. The first one I made as a booth sample. I liked the pattern so much I had to have one for myself and cast on right away.
The yarn is Luster Sox Grape. I love this yarn - durable, great stitch definition. And it dyes up with lovely, subtle color variation. The temps have been cool this week. If this weather pattern continues, I may need to use this neck warmer sooner rather than later.
I found this bit of color inspiration in my yard. Lately I've been thinking we need some pink in our color line-up. Think I can match this?