Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Seasonings Series

The Loopy Ewe just put up a killer new product that we worked with them on called The Seasonings Series. They are big hanks of a multicolored yarn paired with a sidecar of a coordinating nearly solid. The mini skein is the "seasoning" because seasoning makes everything better!

There are 27 different color combos. I'll show you just a few. This is Vacation Day.

Icicles.


  Raspberry Bramble. 


You really should go here and take a look at them all yourself. There are so many possibilities for this concept. Contrasting heels and toes on socks. How about cuffs and thumbs on mittens? Or maybe a shawl with coordinating edging like Breath of Fresh Air? There's always ears and eyes for someone like Irving the Icebox Monster. Really, it would work for anything where you wanted a little extra pop.

Which color do you like the best? I think I'm feeling the Tickety Boo love today. What do you say we give one away? Just leave a comment letting me know which one you like the best. Extra points for suggesting a pattern. I'll pick a winner on Thursday at noon.

176 comments:

Jackie Murton/ CRCjaxknits said...

So hard to choose just one. I do like Loopy Lodge the best.

Cheriwan said...

Oh MYYYYYY! That's a great idea. I am totally in love with Icicles. Love. Love. Love.

Kelly said...

Oh my Gawd I'm in love with Icicles:) Must. Have!

Savannagal said...

I like Raspberry Brambles best. All very pretty though. Thanks.

Christine G said...

Peppermint Mocha is my set of choice! I think it would make adorable mittens! (Or a pretty shawl, one with a fairly plain pattern, to let the yarn shine).

Bonney said...

I love Vacation Day but Pickle Pop is a very close second! This is a great idea.

Mippy said...

I love Icicles :) I'm new to knitting so not sure what pattern. :)

Holly Jones said...

I would ordinarily default to Sweetgrass, but I've been trying to introduce a little bit more bright, vibrant color into my life, so I'd have to go with Raspberry Bramble. That fuchsia is just gorgeous!

Sarah said...

Oh, I love this idea, and there are so many wonderful pairings. I think I like Cosmic Burst the best.

Jackie Murton /CRCjaxknits said...

Forgot to say, I would make a cowl in the multi and gauntlets in the matching solid.

Well of Life said...

Either Icicles or Raspberry Dream... And oooh, I'd SO make "Asterope" by Romi Hill ... with either of the colorways.. Gods, they're just so lovely!!!

Felicia said...

They're all gorgeous. But Vacation Day is calling me. It just made me smile.

Jersey Shore Deb said...

I LOVE Loopy Lodge! I am currently making the Taygete Shawl by Romi Hill. Instead of striping two colors for the garter stitch section, I can see using the variegated skein for the main area and the coordinating solid for the lace.

Vendetta Goodman said...

I am in Love with Vacation day. I can sooo see a pair of leggings made in the variagated with a nice pair of fingerless gloves to match! What a nice reminder of things to come in the upcoming cold months!

tresa said...

beautiful colors <3 love them all

BarbaraR said...

Oh, Vacation Day! It's just so happy!

And I can't think of a specific pattern, but I think I wold design a crescent-shaped shawlette and use the "seasoning" as the edging.

Love it!

KayakChickee said...

So many beautiful choices, but today, I'm drawn to "Lavandula". I think Jarod Flood's Woodsmoke Scarf would look lovely in this.

teabird said...

Storm at sea!

I'd like to do Monkey socks, with contrasting heels and toes.... teabird on Ravelry!

BeccaH / nutmegknitter said...

Ooh, I would love to try a fingerless mitt with some colorwork maybe? Great options, but I think my favorite is Silver Lining.

Lorrie Picard said...

Love Raspberry Bramble! I would make Jerry the Musical Monkey!

jcoz1701 said...

I love evening snowstorm! I would do some sort of simple lace like Wendy Johnson's Dead Simple Lace socks.

sandi said...

Brilliant concept, gorgeous execution. I'm craving some Cinnamon Toast.

Rachael said...

I LOVE Silver Lining, and would make a huge wrap with contrasting edging.

anthrogal said...

Cinnamon Toast, used for Carousel Socks from Knitty Spring/Summer 2012.

Unknown said...

I love Mountain Sunset and Vacation Day.

Barbara Mellert said...

Oh my - how hard to choose! But I really love Vacation Day. Gorgeous colorway.

pattybvt said...

I love them all, but right now, Loopy Lodge is my favorite. Not sure what I'd knit with it, but for sure I'd find something wonderful!

Bonnie said...

Evening Snowstorm. No, Brand New Day. No, maybe Favorite Jeans. I like SO MANY of these. If I had to pick one, I'd probably pick Brand New Day, and I might knit Fields of Flowers socks.

Jen said...

Sweetgrass!!! Socks, socks, socks

Marilyn a.k.a. Merry said...

Pickle Pop is making me happy. It'd be great for HiyaHiya Sale Lace Socks, with the solid for the heels and toes.

Anonymous said...

They are all delicious. And I like best of a Brand New Day. It's what I try to remember to tell myself every morning so I can focus on being thankful for it!!
Gretl

Lisa said...

Loopy Lodge! It's a great color for here in the Northwoods of Wisconsin!

amchart said...

Silver Lining to make Peeta Socks. FABULOUS colors all!

Mya said...

Oh wow, they are all fabulous! I love Gothic sweetheart but Evening Snowstorm is looking good as well as icicles! (I think if I had to pick it would be evening snowstorm since I am SOOOOO wishing it would snow here in Colorado) And I think any of them them would look good in the Citron pattern by Hilary Smith Callis.

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/citron

Margo said...

Choosing one is difficult, I narrowed it down to Cinnamon Toast.

Anonymous said...

Oh wow, that Cosmic Burst is amazing! That would make a wonderful scarf with a contrast edging...

charon & spirit gayle said...

peppermint mocha looks majorly yummy!!!

Xrystabelle said...

Oooooooooh. Icicles makes me swoon! I can so see the colorway in a pair of Swirl socks from http://theseamery.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/2010-swirl-socks.pdf

Andrea Semiche said...

Oh man. That's such a hard call. After staring at them all for way too long, I think Mountain Sunset wins. That little burst of color in the light and dark is calling to me. It's telling me, "I want to be a ruffled cowl, with some pretty buttons." Kind of like this: http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2245/2495454091_1096375d81.jpg

Unknown said...

Gothic Sweetheart is amazing, love how the pink pops against the black!!! It would make a beautiful shrug!!!

Concetta Phillipps said...

Icicles looks brilliant! Love it.

Sarah said...

Pickle Pop. First of all because that is a crazy awesome name for anything really and because the color combination is so different. Perhaps a cute pair of knee high socks (depending on how tall your knees are) or a long pair of fingerless gloves.

gloria115 said...

I love Undercover Agent the best! I would make The Taygete Shawl. I would use the biggest skein for the main part of the shawl, the medium skein for the contrast, and the smallest skein for the trim. So pretty!!! ;-)

kcplomin said...

I would love to make Stephen West's Clockwork Shawl in Harlequin Patchwork.

Susan Ipavec said...

I love Icicles!! Thank you so much for this giveaway

Tracy said...

Grapevine Socks would be great for many of these!!
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/grapevine-socks

So would the Cowasockys!!
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/cowasocky

I love the Evening Snowstorm, Icicles, Peppermint Mocha, and Vacation Day colorways the best. But who am I kidding - I love them all!!

Sarah said...

I think the Lyrica Euterpe shawl would like pretty sweet in Evening Snowstorm.

Angela said...

Goodness Pickle Pop is just awesome! A cute shawl with a little different color border- yum. :)

Stitchnerd has a cowl/shawl with a small cable border on it that this might be perfect for.

CathyR said...

My favorite is the icicles. It would Mage a great pair of Monkey socks.

Donna Shepper said...

Purple Velvet..So sumptuous..Will make something warm and elegant

Fujiyamamama said...

Oooh! I love Icicles!

Tan said...

That's pretty painful to pick just one. If you love me, send me Cinnamon Toast.

mhardersen said...

I LOVE Purple Velvet!

Merna said...

What a great idea. I love Childhood Revisited.

Stephanie said...

Mountain Sunset,they are all beautiful. I would make convertible gloves to mittens with a solid mitten flap!!!!

cveditions said...

Lovely raspberry bramble!

Cassy Tomlinson said...

Purple Velvet is my favorite. But, I'm trying to use less purple. So, my second favorite is Favorite Jeans.

junebugknits said...

I think I'll go with the Raspberry Bramble.

Anonymous said...

Purple velvet! Looks just yummy for this time of year. Like spiced wine it revels in fall/winter. Maybe the color affection shawl. My contact is suzannecaplan@yahoo.com

Shannon Adams said...

I think Peppermint Mocha is my favorite with Undercover Agent running a close second. Either color would be perfect to make the Goldfish mittens for my girls with enough left over for them to have matching socks!!

Molly TB said...

Ooh, purple velvet is nummy!

Amy Maxwell said...

Mountain sunset... I must have you!

Teresa C said...

I'm thinking of a few things that I'd have to work up, or a pair of socks as you mentioned. In Icicles, I just love it!

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MrsCampbell on Ravelry said...

I loved the Evening Storm. Love the neutrals!!!

Janice said...

I put several on my wishlist last night, but already owning Tickety Boo, next up would be Icicles, then Peppermint Mocha. LOVE these combos!

beth said...

love them all! but i think i'd have to go with purple velvet as the favorite. I'd like to make a Thalia shawl (through the loops) with a solid edge.

hudsonvalleyknits.com said...

I love the Storm at Sea colorway. So beautiful! I think this is a perfect color for a shawl. I would knit the Chime Hat and Mitts with it by Amy Christoffers. I would use the contrasting colors for the cuffs and again by the finger tips. Lovely!

Rebecca said...

I like Sweetgrass and would probably do lizard socks http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lizard-socks-2

Drae said...

I'd pick Isicles and use pattern Leftie.

CardiLover said...

Cosmic Burst, though it's hard to pick!!!

Diane E. from PA said...

I love Storm at Sea because it's a quilt block pattern I've made and like. I also love Evening Snowstorm because it's very peaceful looking - just like a quiet evening snow fall when you're home for the night, have something hot to drink and can watch the snow falling against the street lights :-)

Kim Degener said...

I love them all, but I was quite drawn to the Lavandula, and was thinking they would make a nice pair of Achilles Heal socks, and you might still have enough for a cowl or mitts, too.

sjanova said...

Harlequin Patchwork seems to have the right colors for a Jane Austen style shawl. It probably would need two "sets" of skeins to be the right size, though.

Carol said...

Just one color? Really, that's so hard. But if I have to, I choose Lavandula.

indigoeddy said...

They are all wonderful, but I especially like pickle pop.

Martina said...

Tickety Boo for sure, and probably a Honey Cowl. I have my eye on at least 3 'seasoning' sets....

eboston said...

I especially like the Vacation Day colorway.

Granny3517 said...

Lavendula and Love & Kisses! But love them all !!

Michelle Murdock said...

Raspberry Bramble is my favorite although every color combination is very yummy!!
A beautiful long scarf using the Yarn Harlot's One Row Handspun pattern would look so lovely in any of the color combinations but of course I am a purple and burgundy lover so Raspberry Bramble would be my lovely scarfs color combination!!

Jessica Kalmeta said...

Raspberry Bramble and Icicles are beautiful. I would probably do a Cookie A pattern with it. Monkey or Hendra

Eileen said...

So hard to make a choice! I'll go with Favorite Jeans.

Julie said...

It's so hard to choose. I love evening snowstorm, gothic sweetheart and Peppermint mocha. I think my absolute favorite today is raspberry bramble.

Kit said...

I think Icicles looks a lot like Delft to me. :D Gorgeous!

Ytknits said...

They're all lovely, but my favorite is the Purple Velvet. (hope this goes through, had trouble the first time)

Danielle Koman said...

Ahhh so hard!! Pickle pop because well its pretty and its called pickle pop! But I also love evening snowstorm too!! Oh if I must decide --- evening snowstorm.

Kathy said...

I really like Starburst best but Sunkissed Garden is close too. A couple of shawl patterns come to mind by Fickleknitter Among Friends Shawl and Baah One Skein Shawl.
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Susan Mezzatesta said...

I see Sweetgrass as a pair of socks with a 3 - 5 row stripe pattern using the multicolour over 3 rows and the solid over 5 and the cuff and heel.

Doris McCoy said...

They are all so pretty, very hard to chose just one. I think I like Gothic Sweetheart.

Rebecca F said...

I love mountain sunset. No idea what I'd do with it, but it is gorgeous.

Donna Gerber said...

So hard to choose. Each one is better than the one before. I guess I'd have to choose Pickle Pop not just for the wonderful colors, but also for the great name! And that Breath of Fresh Air is a wonderful pattern for this beautiful yarn. I could so see it in so many of these colors.

Irrelephancy said...

I absolutely love Storm at Sea! It would be perfect as a variegated plush dinosaur with the solid for detail spots!

kbknits said...

I'd make a Lazy Katy in Cosmic Burst.

Kay said...

I love Mountain Sunset!! And this would be such a perfect birthday gift because today is my birthday!! I'd make some fingerless mitts or a cowl with it. :)

planetKnit said...

Love and Kisses. Lovely!

Creative Spirit said...

I really love the first colorway, Vacation Day. Those colors are very happy feeling ones.

Sue said...

I love them all but First one on this page is my favorite. The vacation one.

mary said...

It was a REALLY hard choice, but I think my favourite is Vacation Day.

Denise Illing said...

I love the Harlequin Patchwork colorway. It would look great in the Lakedale Shawl by Stephen West

Joanne Perrow said...

LOVE THEM ALL - but favourite jeans is gorgeous !!

Marte Fagervik said...

I adore Love and Kisses, with Icicles as a close second.

As for a pattern, I think these would be perfect for the Whippoorwill shawl by Carina Spencer. If I hadn't already bought the yarn for it (Shepherd Sock, and it took me forever to decide on the colors), I would be all over it.

Vasiliki said...

I like raspberry brambles the best even though all of them are great!

LynnIL said...

They are all very beautiful. My favorite is icicles.

Amber said...

Icicles....love the color combo. And I would make a shawl...of course, it will take a while to find the perfect pattern for this perfect yarn...

LAUREN said...

I love vacation day!!!

Leah of RamFam said...

Icicles!.....or favorite jeans would make a rockin' Kilvarock. Can a woman make herself kilt socks? It is a beautiful called pattern.

Pam G. said...

icicles definitely although I love many of them
perhaps a lacy wrappy scarf-yummy

Anita Cook said...

I love Pepppermint Mocha - Maybe some fingerless mitts with trim or a Taygete scarf.

beingadilettante said...

Oh God! I have to pick just one?! (Probably, since that is the limit my husband will give me if I buy some). Typically, I go for colors like Loopy Lodge or Sweetgrass. I love those teals! But I think my one pick would probably be Starburst since it's so far from my usual color wheelhouse. But oh! Mountain Sunset is GORGEOUS. That's the one I want. Mountain Sunset.

I would love to use this with an afterthought heel sock pattern. Or some sort of lovely shawl pattern that really makes the color transitions sing!

Lcubed said...

Using Love & Kisses I would make LoveSocks! Romantic!

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/lovesocks

Gwyn A. said...

Oh golly, between Icicle and Raspberry Bramble is so close, I'd take either. And now I want a Sidecar! After last week's Sazerac, this is getting ridiculous (but still awesome!)

Kittenears said...

Oooh! I love Sweetgrass. :) It's beautiful!

I think my second favorite would be Silver Lining.

So gorgeous! I don't know what I'd knit. I lean towards a sweater like the Wonderful Wallaby for my nearly 3 year old, but something this nice may have to be a shawl for mama ;)

Newsitian said...

I'm not normally a blue person but that icicles is really talking to me.

Sarah said...

Great idea. I think it has to be Lavandula.

Sue Who Knits said...

It was a difficult decision, but Sweetgrass called to me.
I can envision it as a beaded shawl with the green border.

Merina said...

I would make a triangular, knitted, lace shawl in "Glimpse of Spring". I just LOVE greens!

Leanne said...

I love "Favorite Jeans". They would make a lovely lacey shawl.

mesha said...

My favorite colorways are the Icicle and Evening Snowstorm. But there's something I adore about the Cinnamon Toast. It might be all in the name.

I would probably knit it predictibly and go with socks with a coordinating cuff, heel and toe. If I'm feeling really wild I'd knit up a lacy shawlette with a solid boarder.

tcm said...

I think a Chevron pattern would be fun! I would do Lighten Up! by Amy Gunderson in Evening Snowstorm.

Katie L. said...

Purple Velvet!!

Leslie said...

Storm at Sea is stunning! Perfect for just about any shawl, although I would love a Honey Cowl, too. Just like a cloudy, winter day!

Mimi F said...

Raspberry bramble is amazing!

C.C.@ I'm On My Way ~ my journey as a Christ follower, wife, mamma, and fibromyalgia fighter said...

I love the Love and Kisses. They're all beautiful though! I'm thinking it would be beautiful to make a It's Good to Be A Girl shawl or a My Hope shawl.

TracyK said...

Silver Lining does it for me. I'm presently obsessed with grey (in all its shades and variations) and that deep, dark, teal-y/mallard blue is one of my favorite colors. Such a great concept to put these sets together - thanks for being so smart and thinking of it.

Stephanie said...

I would love the TGV(High Speed Knitting) in the Sweetgrass. The body would be done in the variegated and the border in the solid or the other way around. I haven't made up my mind.

Jane McAtee said...

I adore sweet grass I would make a lacy shawl.

kat said...

So hard to pick one, but today I'm going with Icicles.

Madelyn said...

Hmm will go with Starburst. The colors would make an interesting Leftie.

Scotiaknit said...

I love Early Bird. i'd make a hat with stripes or vanilla socks with a contrasting heel and toe

CloseAcademy said...

Purple velvet is really pretty.

LaurenS said...

I'd love "Storm at Sea" - and maybe make a "High Plains Drifter" http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/high-plains-drifter

naiadkitty said...

I love Starburst best, but I wonder if you could do Roosimine by Caoua Coffee with Silver Lining...

Christi said...

Ooooo! So yummy! Since it "tis the season" I'm thinking of my daughter, and Pickle Pop. She loves greens. And the purple suits her quirky personality! Who knows what she'd make. Socks, mitts, monsters, scarfs. Maybe something for her mother (?) :)

twicek said...

Pickle pop! I love love LOVE green/purple combinations.

I've been thinking it's time for a second pair of Podsters, those lovely flip-top fingerless gloves. I could see having a lot of fun with contrasting colours like Pickle Pop and a pair of those!

Anonymous said...

Love the Cinnamon Toast combination; followed closely by Icicles. Starting to feel the urge to develop my own pattern again after a long time, or maybe one of Anne Hanson's lovelies.

Robin said...

I would make the Flame Nettle cowl by Laura Aylor in Cinnamon toast and also in favorite jeans.

Lise said...

Peppermint Mocha is my favorite. Can't you just see me sitting at Starbucks drinking a peppermint mocha and wearing a Regina hat by Carina Spenser knit in Peppermint Mocha. Oh what fun it would be.

Laura said...

How fun! I like Loopy Lodge best.

faerieflings said...

I am torn between purple velvet and raspberry bramble! If I had to choose I think the bramble, as I saw it first, lol! But really I would add most to my stash if I could!

hemleeck said...

Wow, all gorgeous! Would love the raspberry brambles, maybe in Clapotis?

vickib said...

I love them all but I think I'm partial to the Mountain Sunset. I'd love to do that in a pair of socks!

Tiny Oak (Caviglia) said...

Vacation Day! I'd do a shawl with a contrast stripe or border.

Mary said...

This time of year, I'm loving Peppermint Mocha! I'm thinking socks with contrasting cuff, heel and toe.

Knit-Chat said...

I absolutely love Starburst. Kirsten Kapur's Cladonia would look awesome in this colourway.

Hollis said...

Silver Lining is my favorite. I think it would be beautiful in the Whipporwill Shawl (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/whippoorwill)

victoria barton said...

absolutely love the peppermint mocha Peppermint Mocha it would be a lovely shawl vbarton24 at g mail dot com

chris said...

I think Pickle Pop is my favorite. I can see some awesome Monkey socks with a solid cuff and heel. But I can also see a shawl with a multicolor body with the solid edging - maybe Gingko leaves?

Slip, Knit... Meditate said...

Vacation Day for a pair of gloves....so Winter looks like Spring..

Sharyn Illingworth said...

I really like Mountain Sunset.

Helen Bingham said...

Mountain Sunset is my favorite but it was not easy to decide. I will make "Knock your Socks Off" from Ravelry with it. Love the layout of your website and have been enjoying ready Sheri's Blog. Thanks!

Sheila said...

I love Cosmic Burst! I'd love to make a shawl with it.

Karina B. said...

Tough choices! I also like Icicles, but Pickle Pop, Purple Velvet and Tickety Boo are also strong contenders. Thanks for offering these!

Donita said...

I /love/ the Cinnamon Toast colorway - this would be perfect for a hat & fingerless mitts!

Kiki said...

So many gorgeous choices!
M favourite is Childhood Revisited.

Sue Smith said...

Silver Lining is my very favoritem with Mountain Sunset a very, very close second! I'm thinking fingerless mitts with a "flip-top" in the accent color...uh-huh!

Debbie said...

My favorite is Starburst, although there are so many pretty ones it was hard to pick. Thanks

Deb Holbrook said...

I love Rasberry Bramble, but Pickle Pop and Cinnamon Toast are right on it's heels (see what I did there? Lol)

Carmen Nuland said...

So very hard to pick. Ummm ...
Icicles?

Allison said...

My two faves are Sweetgrass and Undercover Agent. What a nice opportunity!

Heather said...

My two favorites are Icicles and Favorite Jeans. I would knit it up in a striped scarf the solid color having a thinner stripe then the variegated.I would wear it with my favorite pair of jeans and a white sweater and tie it all together with my new scarf to complete the outfit! Awesome!!

Gracey is not my name.... said...

I had already added these to my wishlist and sent to the Hubs...hmmm..I like that Pickle Pop..and Icicles....

Maybe a Maxine Shawl, which is a crochet pattern...

Attic Knitter said...

I would chose mountain sunset knit as the Different Lines Shawl (link:http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/different-lines)

ikisti said...

I'm loving the Icicles.

lasolue13 said...

I'd opt for Cosmic Burst. This colour combo would fit perfectly to two of my pyjamas and I love to have colourful sleeping socks.

I'd probably go for a simple plain soch pattern with solid heel and toe. But his wone would also look cool in this yarn combination: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/110-33-socks-with-toes-in-fabel

fairy godmother said...

Icicles!! Living in the U.P. of Michigan this would make great mittens. :-)

diahrensal said...

My favorite is Raspberry Bramble.

Carol said...

I like "A Brand New Day" but vacation day is a close second! Cool idea to highlight the yarn!

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I love Evening Snowstorm! beautiful!!

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