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Santa Monica - Summer Mixtape Spotlight #3

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Santa Monica - Summer Mixtape Spotlight #3

Santa Monica: hand dyed yarn inspired by Everclear's song of the same name. Green, tan, and blue - knit with a beach and palm trees!

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Power of Love - Summer Mixtape Spotlight #2

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Power of Love - Summer Mixtape Spotlight #2

Power of Love is an 80's inspired hand dyed yarn colorway.  Part of our Summer Mixtape collection, this yarn has yellow, purple, hot pink, and electric blue and is perfect if you love fun, bright colors. (Name this movie this song is from!)

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Take it Easy - Summer Mixtape Spotlight

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Take it Easy - Summer Mixtape Spotlight

Take it Easy: hand dyed yarn inspired by The Eagle's Greatest Hits album artwork. In blue, rust, and cool brown this yarn would make great accessories in fingering weight yarn or even a sweater in DK or worsted weight.

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Solid Series Color Comparison

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Solid Series Color Comparison

To make it easier to choose the colors you would like from our Solid Series, I have put each color family together so you can see them as a group. Remember if you have questions or would like color advice, feel free to email me at sarah@thewoollydragon.com Pinks: from left: Azalea, Bubblegum, Petal, Blush, Flamingo Reds and Purples: from left: Eggplant, Concord, Garnet, Berry, Cranberry, Apple, Cherry   Oranges and Yellows: from left: Salmon, Trailblazer, Tangerine, Peach, Honey, Butter, Sunshine   Greens: from left: Moss, Marsh, Emerald, Lime, Wasabi, Marsh, Leaf, Doublemint   Blues: from left: Navy, Sky, River, Denim,...

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Color Spotlight: Think Bananas

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Color Spotlight: Think Bananas

Think Bananas was one of our first Yarn + Games colorway.  It is based on the word tile game Bananagrams.     Available on all yarn bases and skein sizes, this fun banana yellow, brown, and cream colorway is a great pop of color for accessories, socks, and modular blanket projects. For larger knit or crochet projects, Think Bananas pairs well with Natural, Cream, Bear, and Espresso.  

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