Rosy Green Wool has just launched their 11th series of limited edition colours to their beautiful Cheeky Merino Joy. Fresh and uplifting, the new colours are sure to bring a ray of hope to your knitting this winter!
There are three new colours Frost, Olive and Seaweed. They work in harmony together as a trio when knitting a three colour shawl such as Melanie Berg's Drachenfels or Matilda Kruse's Joyful Shawl with its garter stitch stripes.
Seaweed has khaki tones, bringing a classy dark green with a hint of grey. This beautiful shade, while working well with its partners works wonderfully on its own for a cardigan or sweater, how about casting on Matilda's Flow Sweater or April Cardigan.
Fancy a colour pop to your next knitting project? Then Olive with its zesty greenish-yellow tone which will pack a punch. Palmetto by Emilia Jensen would look amazing with Olive used as one of the contrast colours combined with Frost for the striped epaulette and two colour ribbing. If you feel like being a little more adventurous in your knitting, then why not cast on Luna by Anna Strandberg. The brioche in this sweater would look incredible with Seaweed as the background colour and Frost coming to the foreground. If colourwork is more up your street then perhaps you should consider knitting Erika Åberg's Visborg, how lovely would this be in Seaweed and Frost?
These three lovely new colours bring our range of colours for Cheeky Merino Joy to 48! Frost, Olive and Seaweed are only available for a limited time; once they are gone, it's highly unlikely we will be able to get more.
Here are a few other knitting patterns you may wish to knit this season.
Rosy Green Wool was this week awarded a platinum rating by Four Paws for their efforts against mulesing. Well done Rosie, Patrick and the Rosy Green team for this aclaimed award.
You can find more information on mulesing on the Four Paws website on their page "Wool with a Butt".
Please note that all the merino yarns we stock here at Tangled Yarn are mulesing-free, animal welfare is important to us as a yarn seller.