They’re here at last, and there’s at least at little bit of everything in stock. You will notice that two of our old colours, Labradorite and Blue Hour, have been retired (at least for now!). Hope you enjoy these lovelies as much as I enjoyed making them!
Pride is a full spectrum, from violet to burgundy. It’s the first of my ‘Canada 150’ colours, to represent our diversity and inclusiveness as a nation. The photo was taken on Parliament hill last Canada Day.
Mt Fuji is a deep navy to purple-blue, ending in a bright fuschia with speckles. I climbed Mt Fuji in 2007, climbing overnight to see the sunrise. I’m happy to have finally done something with that hard-won photo!
Hummingbird fills a long lived gap in our spectrum; greens. I want the green to be rich, but wearable. Strong, but earthy. Hummingbird (shot in Costa Rica) is the result.
Another long gap we’ve had is bright yellow. Not orang’y or sienna yellow, but a bright, punchy yellow that screams Easter and Springtime. This is Tulip; pink to yellow with pink speckles throughout.
Lastly, the dark horse of the spring collection, ‘Eggshell’. Based off the gorgeous spectrum of colour from our friend Kim’s farm, this soft colour goes from cream to mint to a rich chocolate brown. That’s it for the new kids on the block, enjoy!