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Flower Boxes - Caroline - Babette

Flower Boxes - Caroline - Babette

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Flower Boxes is our special 2022 colorway for Babs' birthday. Inspired by the exuberant cascades decorating summertime windows, Flower Boxes begins with a gentle peach base, speckled with bright green, flashes of hot yellow, orange and pink, and cool shades of teal and purple.

You can see all the yarns dyed in this colorway by visiting our Flower Boxes colorway collection.

This colorway is a Babette: every skein and every batch is a bit different, but Babs has a method of recreating these artistic colorways. The photograph is an example of representative skeins from this colorway; the skein you receive may differ somewhat. If you have any questions about the color, please give us a call or email to ask for a photo - we are always happy to describe our current batch for you to make sure it meets your needs!

This yarn is speckled: it has a tonal-colored background shade peppered with small dark specks and spots of dye. Each skein is different in terms of speckle distribution and placement. We will do our best to choose multiple skeins that coordinate well.

Caroline

As of 2021, we have a new version of Caroline that we love just as much as the original! Caroline is lusciously soft, blending super fine merino wool with cashmere and nylon. The new version has a 3-ply construction, making it sleeker and softer in the hand with less halo for greater stitch definition. You’ll love Caroline in textured or lacy accessories like shawls, cowls, hand warmers, and hats (but Caroline is not suitable for socks).

Size: 400 yd / 3.3 oz (365m / 95g) skeins
Content: 70% 19.5 micron superwash Merino wool, 20% cashmere, 10% nylon.
Gauge: Fingering weight. 7-8 stitches per inch knit on US 1-3, 6-8 stitches per inch crocheted on US B-E.
Care Instructions: Hand wash, dry flat.

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Coordinating and Contrasting Colorways