- Examples of colorways you may find in the shop -
A neutral speckled colorway, with flecks of dark green, dark cranberry red and copper plus many more minor color speckles throughout. On a base color of light grey and pale caramel, with pale red running in areas. Pairs lovely with Wood Stove, Karma and Oregano.
A bright pop of pink is how this color is best described. Lovely on it's own for a fun accessory or add another colorway such as Maui Wednesday, or Oregano to give your handmade item a shot of bright!
A delicate colorway with tiny moments of pink and yellow and a tender speckle of turquoise for brightness and interest. A neutral speckle that looks lovely with Dreamweaver, Aurora and Sprout.
A sweet colorway inspired by the beautiful spring blossoming time tree. A base of pink and white with speckles of pink, yellow and a touch of dark brown for contrast. This colorway will make any project look lovely.
A juicy fruit of a color. Bright and fun. Hues of peach and pink and bright moments of pink and orange. A great accent color or would look brilliant on it's own as fun lacy summer scarf or shawl. Would pair brightly with Oregano and Dreamweaver.
A deep and true pumpkin orange with caramel notes for added complexity. A shop favorite. Use with Karma and Log Cabin to create a fall masterpiece.
A deep golden delight with notes of saffron to bring this yellow a rich tone. Can stand alone perfectly and pairs well with Sherwood Forest, Marilyn, and Lady MacBeth for a great color combo.
Oregano is the new black! What doesn't go with this color? Easy to pair. Can be both a contrast and a neutral color. We believe Oregano with Twin Peaks, Wednesday and Log Cabin would make an amazing combination! Have fun choosing!
A bright chartreuse with bits of dark yellow for contrast. A great colorway to use for a pop of color in your project, like an edging or a striping project. Pairs perfectly with Dreamweaver and Careless Whisper.
Like the drink it is named after, it is bright lime green and it's intoxicating. It adds a bit of cheer to any project and looks just divine with Marilyn and Bewitching.
A gorgeous bright green that ranges in color from moments of olive green to lemon lime and everything in-between. Is beautiful alone or use it to add a pop of contrast to Wednesday and Twin Peaks.
A green like no other. An overall tone of emerald much like the stone with moments of light and dark and hints of golden yellow. All of this makes a beautiful tonal green. Makes a lovely combination with Purple Reign, Lady MacBeth and Vintage.
A more turbulent colorway with a mix of greens, turquoise and browns with a dark speckle that lays over all. Created to fade with La Mer and Vintage. Looks beautiful on it is own but would pair nicely with Wednesday.
This color is modeled after the glorious turquoise of the most beautiful water in the Caribbean. This is the perfect pop of color against a darker more neutral color like Oregano or Log Cabin. Or have some wild fun and match this with Tropical Vintage!
Not all colors need to be bold. This quiet, shy color has some demure shots of turquoise, hot pink and purple. Gorgeous on it's own but could be paired with many colors to create a finished object full of beauty.
I was so happy for winter to end I made this little cheerful sweetie to celebrate. A pink and purple base with a large shot of bright fluorescent yellow and a speckle of dark green. Cute and fun all in one!
A purple, blue, and teal base with speckles of pink, purple and and a bold orange. This color was inspired after a birthday cake I made for my daughter's special day. Pairs beautifully with Tender, Twin Peaks and Pumpkin Spice.
A wisp of lavender colorway that is as sweet as it is tender. Pairs well with many darker colorways and would look lovely on it's own esp. for a shawl. Looks lovely with Wood Stove, Log Cabin, and Lady MacBeth.
A speckled moody purple and pink colorway with dark streaks of purple and pops of teal and hot pink. This is a new favorite here at Swift. Would love to see it with Twin Peaks and Vintage.
A staple in any stash. Who doesn't need a neutral speckle? Adds a little fun to a solid stripe project. Would look perfect with Wednesday, Log Cabin and Pumpkin Spice. Feel free to pair with other speckles for even more fun.
Inspired by vintage photographs, this colorway contains a golden tan and grey immersion with black speckles. Great for striping projects or hold together with a semi solid for a one of a kind look.
This gorgeous colorway is a blend of forest green and caramel with speckles of bright pink for a fun contrast and black. All these colors come together perfectly. You could do a perfect fade with Brooklyn, Vintage and Gypsy and Gypsy stripes well with Wood Stove and Wednesday.