The art deco architecture of the Chrysler building inspires this colorway of warm and cool neutrals.
Dye Technique: Places (Hand Painted Yarn)
To create hand painted colorways we meticulously apply measured amounts of dye directly to the yarn in a specific sequence of colors. This creates very repeatable, very consistent colors. At Destination Yarn we call these colorways “Places” because like a place they are always the same!
Once a year during the National Cherry Blossom Festival Washington D.C. explodes with pink blossoms. This skein of yarn is dyed in bright through pale...View full product details
This lovely combination of greens and greys takes it's inspiration from the Emerald City in Wizard of Oz. Striking shades of emerald invoke this fantastical...View full product details
This bright, hand painted yarn is inspired by the Santa Monica Pier. Hand dyed bright pink and blue to capture the feeling of eating cotton...View full product details
This hand dyed yarn is inspired by my trip through Kansas. Driving across the state there was a HUGE rainbow that seemed to follow my...View full product details
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