Shawl Balls

Shawl Balls: $49
These skeins are 170 grams  of beauty.  Yardage varies by base used and ranges from 640 to 820 yards per shawl ball.  A nice big skein of yarn fit for making those 2-skein projects that don't quite use two skeins.  They are all variations of a gradient.  Some change slowly from one color to another, while others stripe and gradate all at the same time. 
We know... amazing!

The Shawl Ball colorways were designed so that the color change bands would be equal as you progressed through a garter tab, triangular shawl.  This means that each color change weighs more with more yardage... see we use math in real life!  Any design can be made with this skein and we look forward to seeing what you come up with!
Prancing Peacock by Brenda knit in our Peacock
Liliana's Diamonds by Heather knit in our The Royals
Electric Dawn
​Rich peach deepens to an electric purple, echoing the morning sky and a glorious sunrise. 
The Vacation Shawl by Heather knit in our Caribbean Coast
Devil's Snare
Soft green deepens into a subtle brown shade and is reminiscent of a twisting, tangling plant that lends its name to the yarn. 
Transfixed by Heather knit in our Lilac Gray-Dient
Rainy Day
Blue sky meets storm clouds in our newest edition to the shawl ball family. Both the gray and blue sections start out light and increase in intensity over the course of the skein.
Flamingo Shades with Gray
Similar to our Coral Shades with Gray but much more PINK!  Flamingo Pink to be exact.
Can't you just see them standing
on one leg?
Solar Flare
Intense yellow transistions through shades of orange, ending in a rich red.  As bright as a blast from the Sun, get this yarn while it's hot!
Peacock
Think of the lovely colors adorning the plumage of a peacock and you have the inspiration for our colorway.

Caribbean Coast
Reminiscent of the cool blue waters surrounding the lush green islands of the Caribbean... working with this yarn is its own vacation.
Coral Gray-Dient
Transitioning from light gray to dark gray over the course of the skein with a vibrant pop of choral. 

Lilac Gray-Dient
Transitioning from light gray to dark gray over the course of the skein with a touch of lilac. 
Coral Shades
with Gray
Gray and coral grow deeper in intensity as they alternate through the skein.
Lilac Shades
with Gray
Gray and lilac grow deeper in intensity as they alternate through the skein.
Call Me a Cab
Deepening from a rich cabernet to a soft black, it's what happens when you have a glass of wine too many and just want to sleep.
Don't drink and drive!