Freia Shawl Balls
We’ve got a serious case of Freia Fever. The Parallelogram Scarf in MDK Field Guide No. 5: Sequences has caught the imagination of knitters, so we’re happy to provide even more colors for playing with this great pattern by Cecelia Campochiaro.
This slow-shifting gradient is among the most entrancing, hypnotizing yarns in the world. We just brought in a new batch of colors, available in single wheels. Pick your own combination, or see below for pairings we like. It’s hard to go wrong, frankly.
We have other Freia Shawl Ball kits for the Parallelogram Scarf here, if you’d like to see even more color possibilities.
Specs & Details
393 m (set)
- Autumn Rose/Nautilus
- Autumn Rose/Sulphur Springs
- Ember/Sulphur Springs
- Ember/Oro Azteca
- Canyon/Autumn Rose
- Canyon/Sulphur Springs
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.