Tonal and Variegated
All colorways can be dyed on any of my 3 bases- Simple Sock, Rudy's Sport or Glamour Lace but some colors may vary on different bases due to different fiber content in the bases.
Inspired by Clifford the big red dog, this colorway has different shades of red throughout the skein ranging from a light pink to a dark red.
I've known so many dogs who have loved tennis balls so much that this colorway name seemed obvious. The yellows range from a dark gold to a light pale yellow.
On hot summer days nothing is better than a nice swim in the lake or river. of course doggy paddle is the stroke of choice for our furry friends.
The pinks in this yarn just make you think of Love. Therefore, "Puppy Love" seems to be the perfect yarn for this pink yarn with bits of purple and red.
Some dogs named lucky are actually lucky and some not so much. But in either case I felt like all those "Lucky" dogs out there should get a color of their own.
Fishermen and sailors are often REFEREED to as "Salty Dogs." This colorway makes me think of the open ocean with so many shades of blue and green.
When Lilliput was a puppy she loved to jump into huge piles of leaves. The reds and oranges in this yarn remind you of fall and those fun piles of leaves.
Every time our grass gets cut my dogs come in with green streaks through the white parts of their fur, they ABSOLUTELY love rolling in the grass.
Chocolate labs come in many shades from dark brown, almost black to a much lighter brown. So does this yarn. You'll find many shades of brown mixed throughout.
Sasha is a rescue dog that I grew up with. She's sweet and wiggly, even in her older age. I thought she would enjoy having a colorway of her very own.
Squirrel?! This yarn has shades of green and brown. SIMILAR colors to what you would find in most trees in the forest where little creatures could be hiding.
For all the black dogs named shadow out there, This yarn has every color you can imagine but is over-dyed in black to give a very interesting effect.
Game of Thrones Collection: