Tangled up in teal

The above photo was actually taken by Elysa Darling of 222 Handspun. She's a teal lover, too, and that's her favorite blue bowl.

The above photo was actually taken by Elysa Darling of 222 Handspun. She’s a teal lover, too, and that’s her favorite blue bowl.

While most who know me would consider a berry pink to be my signature color, teal has long been a close runner-up. I chose it for the Indie Untangled logo because it gives the site a pop of color, but isn’t so bold that it overshadows all the beautiful hand-dyed and handmade products on display.

In honor of Indie Untangled’s first birthday, here are some lovely teals from some of my lovely vendors (a few of whom are giving away yarn to newsletter subscribers this month):

Dark Mermaid by The Uncommon Thread

Dark Mermaid by The Uncommon Thread

Teal gradient from Magpie Fibers

Teal gradient from Magpie Fibers

Beauty Bay by Lakes Yarn and Fiber

Beauty Bay by Lakes Yarn and Fiber

Teal Deer by Invictus Yarns

Teal Deer by Invictus Yarns

Brilliant from Dirty Water DyeWorks

Brilliant from Dirty Water DyeWorks

13 thoughts on “Tangled up in teal

  1. My current project is a Phoenix shawl with Invictus Yarns Victorious in Teal Segue Variant.
    400 yards of merino that moves from light teal to dark, it is beautiful!

  2. I think that teal is the most flattering color for everyone- including you! Happy Birthday to Indie Untangled- live long and prosper!

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