Monday, 9 April 2012

Signature Palette

signature palette
seabreeze, peacock, deep sea, teal, mallard, spearmint, lemongrass, buttercup

In an effort to refresh my Baby Shane Blanket kit palettes I started playing around with colour, and not surprisingly, came up with this collection of shades that I am always drawn to. I've used a similar palette here, here and here. I just can't seem to get enough of this blue, turquoise and green combination.

After the success of my first African Flower Hexagon I just couldn't fight the urge to cast on for a few more in my signature palette. I now have a stack of about 50 hexagons... I'm not quite certain what they will become, but I love them. 

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8 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love that little green and yellow one.

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  2. I've always loved your blues, it's a beautiful palette. Why don't you frame some of the Hexagons? They would make a beautiful display!

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  3. I think they would make an awesome purse!

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  4. ooh, those hexagons are looking amazing! I love the idea of framing some of the hexagons, or turning it into an art display of some kind!

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  5. Really nice! Will you share the pattern, these hexagons are really nice! They could become either purse or pillow.

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  6. Ohhhh, they look great!

    I love that palette too!

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  7. Those colours always feel so calm and relaxing. I really like the flower hexagons - any chance you might post (or sell) the pattern? I'm learning to love crochet but haven't quite reached the point where I can figure things out backwards.

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  8. Those little hexagons will look stunning sewn together in those colors!

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