Freia Fine Handpaints Kit
Mesmerizing! Ever changing! Take two of these slow-changing color wheels, begin Cecelia Campochiaro’s Parallelogram Scarf from MDK Field Guide No. 5: Sequences, and soon you will find yourself diverted in the most delightful way.
Tina Whitmore has been creating these extraordinary yarns since 2003. We are thrilled to bring you this unusual, subtle, graceful color.
Each kit contains two wheels of different shades. Three combinations are available.
(Would you like to order single Shawl Balls, or create your own colorway for the Parallelogram Scarf? Check out our selection of individual Freia Shawl Balls.)
Please note: pattern not included. The Parallelogram Scarf pattern for this kit appears in Mason-Dixon Knitting Field Guide No. 5: Sequences, available in both digital and print editions. Be sure to add a copy of Field Guide No. 5 to your basket at checkout!
Specs & Details
786 m (set)
The most distinctive yarns have a special air about them. We can’t quite put our finger on what exactly makes Freia Fine Handpaints so extraordinary, but we’ll try anyway.
OK, it’s actually pretty straightforward: we’re seeing the fruits of Tina Whitmore’s imagination. Her background as a photography major in college introduced her to the idea of playing with color, manipulating it, transforming it.
A rare eye for color.
Simple, unprocessed fibers.
A love of the unexpected.
Tina draws inspiration from pretty much every place she visits. There’s a landscape built into most of her colorways.