Color Group: Geo
Geo’s defining color/style characteristics are cool (both in feeling and perception), bold and angular. These are the same defining characteristics of glacier ice. The tones, ranging from deep blue to turquoise to bright white, are captured in the marbled layers of the semi-translucent texture of ice. Creating breathtaking objects of beauty in nature that inspire fashion, decor, architecture and art. The juxtaposition of the calming and hazardous/mystic nature of ice has made it both celebrated and feared.
The yarns below feature soft, cool colors of glacier ice with out the pesky frostbite chill. In fact they would be perfect for that project you have in mind, keeping you warm this winter.
1) Snow Queen by Paramita; soft twists of gray and white mixed fibers are paired with a “dash” of silver sparkle, just like the shadows in the deep cuts of glacier ice.
2) Arctic Winds by Yarn Ahoy; a first for Rewind as we haven’t featured roving or top, but this particular wool was too perfect to not highlight with this story. The blues and white paired with browns call to mind the “snowy tones of arctic snow, floes and rock”. *yarn is not for sale.
3) Snow White Had a Wrap Sheet by Simply Twisted; we love the name of this selection. Reminiscent of ice banks, the thicks and thins of this hand spun yarn would be perfect for any bulky knit or crochet project. We know where you can find some patterns that would be perfect! 😉
4) Winter Sky by Weird and Twisted; this variegated art yarn features icy details such as iridescent fibers and actual snowflake sequins for the truly inspired fiber enthusiast.