I haven’t often made a ripple with so many dark colors in it! There’s RHSS ‘Coffee’, an unknown solid burgundy yarn and a unique deep maroon chenille (next to the white) with tiny flecks of green, rose, purple and yellow. I unraveled that one from a thrift store sweater a looong time ago.
I think I successfully balanced the Dark mountains with the Bright sunrise colors – American Thread’s ‘Burnt Orange’, a vintage variegated yarn by Wintuk called ‘Orange Ombre’ and some unknown sunny golden-yellow.
I like this one, Linda!! It’s got Halloween colors in it! I LOVE when I come to read my emails and get to see one of your creations. It starts my day off right! Have a great one my friend!!
That’s funny! It didn’t even occur to me. . . but there’s definitely some candy corn/pumpkin colors in there. Quite likely a black cat lurks in those murky/spooky shadows! ^..^
Would you like to suggest a new name for it?
I feel the same way about your cheery comments, Allyson – they always make me smile! 😀
Love it!! Yes, it is Halloweeny!!
I like it very much, colours are darker, but you combine them wonderfully. Very very nice blanket, and totally for this time of year
Your kind encouragement makes it easier for me to think about venturing further beyond my ‘safe’ color zone. 🙂
I love the earthly look of these colors.
If no one has another suggestion, how about Spooky Delight or Autumn Delight?