PLEASE NOTE THAT COLOURS ARE AS ACCURATE AS POSSIBLE BUT TO BE 100% SURE THEN YOU MAY WISH TO BUY A COLOUR CHART @ £2.50.
Available again at the end of jan 2012!
Colours ~ 30% Wool Blend Felt
My felt is available in 71 colours.
Full Rainbows Available in: 2 inch rainbow cubes, 4 inch rainbow cubes, 6 inch rainbow cubes, 9 inch rainbow cubes & 12 inch rainbow cubes!
Pick & Mix Sheets are available in 9 inch, 12 inch and 24 inch options.
Colour Descriptions for the Blues Range!
Powder blue ~ the palest of the blues.
Sky blue ~ a nice soft blue.
Sea breeze ~ quite icy, again a nice pale blue.
Turquoise ~ a lovely proper turquoise / bold bright & fun blue.
Lagoon ~ a teal blue / petrol blue.
Wedgewood & Airforce very similar shades although Wedgewood is a shade lighter than Airforce.
Royal blue - a standard royal blue in colour.
Cornflower & Ink ~ again they are very similar with only a shad between them. I richer deeper Royal Blue
Trafalgar - is just a shade darker than Ink but still quite a vibrant blue.
Midnight ~ a lovely dark indigo blue.
Violet Colour Descriptions!
Violet Cream ~ a nice pastel lilac.
Lilac ~ another pastel lilac but has a deeper purple shade than the violet cream.
Lavender ~ as its name suggests, a perfect lavender shade.
Thistle ~ a deep pinky purple, the colour of thistles.
Amethyst ~ A very bright and bold purple, quite a royal purple.
Clematis ~ The darkest of the purples collection.
The Greens Collection Descriptions!
Peppermint - a delicate pastel green, a definite mint colour.
Pistachio ~ another delicate pastel green but totally different from the peppermint, a hint of creaminess!
Willow ~ willow / olive / pale khaki - looks fab alongside any purple!
Sage ~ a grey/blue type of green.
Spring Green ~ a very popular medium green, very bright and quite vintage.
Spearmint ~ as minty and bright as they come!
Apple ~ very granny smith bright green.
Laurel ~ a bright alternative to Holly, the colour of laurel leaves.
Holly ~ a darker leaf green, just like holly!
Bottle Green ~ Very dark blackish green
Natural Colour Collection Descriptions!
Ivory ~ a soft white alternative. Very pastel cream.
Buttermilk ~ a buttery cream colour, would be good to make pale skinned toys.
Skintone ~ a darker skin colour than the Buttermilk.
Mushroom ~ again this could be used for skin, a beige rather than a cream.
Mustard ~ think Colemans English Mustard, an alternative to saffron (in the Yellows).
Old Gold ~ Run Run as fast as you can! Screams Gingerbread!
Burnt Umber ~ a deep reddish brown, a brown version of burgandy.
Caramel ~ a medium rich chesnut brown.
Toffee ~ a deeper chestnut brown.
Oak & Chocolate are very similar with Chocolate having a slightly richer darker brown.