Something I love about the beautiful hand dyed shades of Maniototo Wool yarns, is their inspiration from the region where the wool is grown. This is beautifully illustrated on the website product page, which gives us photos of the colours next to images of local scenes from the Maniototo area in Central Otago.
Here is a snapshot of some of the colours shown on the website. As they are naturally inspired, they all coordinate effortlessly with each other making the crafter's choice easier. I'm really feeling the Duckpond Blue with Dark Greywacke, or Mountain Haze Violet with Tussock.
It's also great to have DK and Aran weights in a luxury hand dyed yarn, these are crying out to be a cardigan for me :) Maniototo Wool are bringing a large selection of yarns to Summer Woolfeast 2017, so if you're keen to buy for that special garment you've been planning, head over to the Maniototo stand which can be found at the back left corner of the central aisle in the larger hall. Maniototo are also bringing 'Pick n mix' 50g cakes of woollen spun DK, made up specially for Woolfeast, so that you can try out a smaller quantity or buy for that multicoloured project. Now that's a great opportunity!