Varying shades of a lovely soft green called Kiwi blended with light applications of Dusty Rose. The Dusty Rose varies in tone from a barely blush color to a salmony-almost-pink. The areas that look white are the blush but look lighter on my monitor than it real life. Superwash colors are so wonderful that even light and subdued colors such as these are stunning. Lighthearted and looking toward spring, it's a feel good combination of pastels. This dye lot will also be available in larger and smaller quantities such as one and four ounces, but shorter sections may not contain all the variations shown in the larger quantities.
Listing is for four ounces (4 oz).
Note to nuno (wet) felters: Superwash fiber does not felt by itself. I love using superwash in my nuno projects and I layer regular fiber first as my base, then my superwash. To finish I lay out a very thin (sheer enough not to obscure the vivid superwash colors) layer of my regular fiber to "tack it down" and it then works beautifully.