The State Flower of Texas! Bluebonnets bloom from mid-March to early May each year. Texans flock to these blue-colored fields to enjoy this beautiful wildflower and take photographs sitting among them. Every April I drag my kid to Ennis, Texas, one of the most popular spots in our area for bluebonnets, and we take a cute photo together.
This colorway was created to knit/crochet a fabric that is reminiscent of blue-blanketed fields like when I was little. It features rich sapphire tones with hints of white, bright green speckles, and spots of purple like bluebonnet tips.
Listing is for one skein per item.
As with all our yarns, we recommend alternating skeins as colors may vary from skein to skein, even in the same dye lot.
We take care to ensure white balance is accurate and colors are represented appropriately in photographing our materials, but colors may still vary slightly from screen to screen. If you have questions or concerns, please contact us.
Certain colors may rinse out a bit in the first wash. This is normal, and it is safe to rinse down the drain.