More Information on the Wools in the April 2021 Mailer
When you feel the swatches in this April mailer you will again notice a tighter weave.
You can cut many of these truly 100% wool items down to a 4 and up to an 8.5 or hand torn with confidence and without fraying. If you are a fine hooker, these new items will give you a much broader selection of textures to use in your projects. If you use our wool for appliqué, trees, proddy, shirring, upholstery, etc., you will notice tighter edges on even more intricate patterns.
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Beautifully heathered gray and cream combine to give you a fantastic herringbone. Whether you need a background that works alone or mixed with other lights, this could be just what the teacher ordered. Also perfect for animals, fences, trees, baskets, and of course, a lovely over-dye!
This soft houndstooth is a new classic that sold out quickly in 2019. Re-milled for April and perfect for spot-dyes, dip dyes, or casserole dyes!
This is a widely popular piece and a Wool Studio Premium selection. The darling of many teachers for its versatility, texture and over-dye capabilities.
A new sandy-neutral with just a hint of oyster blush. A beauty for backgrounds or as your new favorite over-dye!
Your hard-to-find sky and water colors, not to mention flowers, borders, and more.
A new, great colonial blue, which is perfect for your patriotic rugs, skies, water, flowers, borders, etc.
Overdye this any color or use as-is for animals, chickens and seeded areas such as flower centers. Note that the other colors in the picture are examples of this item over-dyed.
Fabulously reversible, this piece is muted with olive stripes on the “right” side and a teal-y version on the back side. Cut with or across the stripes for beautiful borders, leaves, lettering, vases, houses, etc.
Orange, red and pink with shades of green to bring it all together - without being jumpy. Works great with purples, teals and blues. Use this for beauty lines, borders and flowers. Try a wash of mahogany or your favorite red for a great variation.
Pine green with black honeycomb spots. Great for contrast in leaves, vines, borders, and don't forget the chickens. Our honeycomb is also currently available in Black and White, #421-7.
Dark enough to be a spectacular background, with a bit of color popping up here and there. This one will leave you needing/wanting more!
This is a new wool with a great old look. Lions, fields, fruit, flowers and vintage brass. Mix with other yellows and golds for beautiful visual texture.
Wool Studio Oatmeal turned out a little different with each milling over 20 years. We reached back to one of our favorite examples from 2009 and recreated it to our tighter weave specification. Note the almost-reversible nature of each side making it so easy to blend for a fabulous background and more!
This is an amazing reversible dark green…one side darker than the other. Yeah!
A beautiful spring green that has so many uses. Hook a visually interesting piece of fruit (apple, pear) without thinking. This plaid is also great for foliage and grass and creates a fantastic background.
Heathered shades of purple combine to create perfect flowers, borders, foundations for spring and fall penny rugs. Spiced Orange and Grape Ape…what better duo for your next project?!
This aged, orange plaid is not just a fall color! Great for fussy cutting into three different shades, effortlessly. Use this one for flowers, fruit, animals, landscapes and, certainly, fall’s gourds and pumpkins.