(*spoiler alert* Close your eyes if you don’t want to see the latest Yarn Alliance colourway!)
When I first started dyeing, I worried a little that I might run out of colours. Seriously, I did. I mean, Roy G Biv is only seven letters… There can only be so many combinations, right? And I kind of wondered what happened when you get to the end of the list.
I know. I know!
Five years later and colour is still a fabulous cosmic adventure. Take the latest Yarn Alliance colourway — I knew I wanted to use it to explore reds, but I didn’t want it to be flat or monochromatic. I wanted to let red bloom from pink, from plum, from rust and from yellow. I wanted to let the colour do its thing and just see where it led. And I loved, loved, loved the result! This is “Firebrand”…
Isn’t it gorgeous?!? Now, before we get to Jade’s fantastic pattern picks for Firebrand, let me quickly just share with you the gift we included in the parcel, but I’m over the moon about it. How adorable are these little buttons custom-made for us by Remember Wynn? I can’t wait to see what our club members make with them!
Jade’s Pattern Picks for Firebrand
Speaking of things to make, Jade has put together a fabulous collection of pattern ideas for this yarn. Such beautiful designs! Which one is your favourite?*
Nineteen Twenty Shrug – Liisa Nieminen
Magpie Cowl – Judy Marples
Dark Pearl – Carol Feller
Want to Get in on the Fun?
If you think being part of the InterStellar Yarn Alliance looks like fun, you are so right! Now, the Yarn Alliance isn’t open again until March but its sister club, the SpaceMonster Mega Yarn Club, is open for subscriptions right now.
And it’s an awesome club! Focusing on smooshy worsted and bulky yarns, it’s a fantastic adventure for these cold winter days — or the perfect holiday gift! The SpaceMonster Club is open until Dec 21, so click here now for all the details and to grab your spot.
2 thoughts on “Gorgeous Pattern Picks for Firebrand, the Yarn Alliance’s Latest Colourway”
I hope this is the right place to post to your blog about Curls. I am just fascinated by the cover pattern. Makes me want to see what else is inside! I love fingering weight yarn, especially when it is superwash merino.
I love love love the pattern on the cover of Curls! So challenging and Curly and perfect for a skein of Oriana!