Friday, 25 November 2011

Year In Colour Club - November

Asteroidea Hat

The November installment of the TFA Year In Colour Club featured this gorgeous hat pattern, the Asteroidea Hat, designed by Kirsten Kapur. I'm crazy about the combination of lace, cables and slouch! 


The November colourway was a real challenge for me. I happen to hate dyeing reds! They are so hard to get right. But this Cranberry colourway... well, I love it! It's deep, rich, red. Perfect for this festive time of year!

Memberships for the 2012 Year In Colour Club are now available, be sure to sign up before Dec. 15th in order to get the reduced rate (the Club price will increase by $15 on Dec. 15th).  

To see what we've been up to all year check out the Year in Colour Club blog page here.

Year in Colour Club 2011

And with that, the inaugural year of the TFA Year in Colour club has officially come to an end. It's been a fantastic experience and I'm really looking forward to next year! Above is a photo that I snapped of all the 2011 colourways together, don't they make a pretty collection? 


  1. My favourite one by far is the purple/orange autumny looking one - you should consider it for your regular line! Beautiful work :)

  2. What a great pic -- that should be a holiday card! I'm more excited than ever that I joined the 2012 TFA Colour Club. Thanks for all the great work that you do.

  3. I was so excited to see the cranberry yarn in the mail! And with such a great looking hat pattern. Thank you for running this! I will be signing up for the 2012 Colour Club soon. :)

  4. I so look forward to January! The colors and projects of 2011 were really beautiful and November is no exception! So exciting! I wonder how many of us there will be!

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