Cherry Tree Hill Yarn is well known for their unique and beautiful color combinations.
Aubergine: Imagine twilight falling over a secret garden. As shadows creep across burnished eggplants hidden among the vines, the Potluck Twelve gather in the dye shed to mix magic crystals, lead by the old witch Aubergine.
African Grey: Classy Parrot colors become a study in contrast. Grey, lavender, and purple combine with rich chocolate, gold and brilliant orange for a cacophony of color.
Birches: Robert Frost wandered the woods and fields in our area in search of poetic inspiration. Birches, named after the poem, and in soft neutrals with a touch of lichen green, is a tribute to him.
Blueberry Hill: A rich blend of sunripened mountain blueberries.
Cabin Fever: Flickering fire and rich earth tones of almost spring: charcoal, cool red, rust and browns.
Champlain Sunset: As gorgeous as it sounds, with blues, salmon pink, a hint of purple and setting sun orange.
Cherry Blossom: This color was only available in Europe until November 2007 when it was released to the US. Cherry blossoms open on a rare sunny day after spring rains.
Caribou Creek: High in the mountains, on the tundra above the tree line, caribou drink from creeks fed by the glacial waters of Alaska.
Country Garden: Summer sweet wildflowers in shades of forget me not blue, hot pink, and grass.
Dusk: Shadows deepening under cool green oaks as day becomes evening, and we glimpse the last rim of sunset sliding behind the blue hills going violet.
Fall Foliage: Sugar maples in October—leaves a riot of rust and orange, fuchsia and dark purple fading.
Foxy Lady: A sleek red fox, as bold as she sounds. Brilliant rust, bright red, the lightest fawn and deep slate gray.
Green Mountain Madness: Summer in Vermont, the many hued greens and blues shimmering through a touch of fog at daybreak.
Gypsy Rose: Purples and dusty rose with a touch of lavender gray.
Indian Summer: Make summer last just a little longer. Blends of peach, burnt orange, rust, and plum.
Java: Coffee colors of French Roast, Nutmeg, Espresso and Mocha.
Life’s a Beach: Summer time on the water – golden sun, turquoise sky, and lots of green in between.
Martha’s Vineyard: Grapes and wild beach plums give this island it’s name—picture purple and navy blue melting into grape leaves tempered by sand. Inspired by Shirley Kennedy.
Misty Moor: Morning mists settle over the Scottish moors, evoking a timeless sense of romance. We hope you enjoy this pleasurable blend of moss and mist, in shadows of blues and purples.
Monet: Inspired by the Impressionist painter, imagine the bright pastels of Paris in the Spring of a bygone era.
Moody Blues: Imagine soulful sounds seeping from saxophones in a jazz bar along Bourbon Street. Sweetly sad, isn’t it?
Northern Lights: The Aurora Borealis as seen from a snow covered field at midnight: a jet black sky swirled with amethyst, emerald and fuchsia.
Old Rose: Picture vibrant roses in an ancient English garden. The deep greens range from loden to shadowed forest and the pinks and deep lilacs are in full bloom.
Peacock: A fantail spread of deep rich colors: teal blue, green, purple, golds and burgundy.
Quarry Hill: The jewel toned spring of Graniteville—fuchsia, amethyst and sapphire flowers poking through gray granite slag.
River Run: Imagine blue water merging into violet rushing over shallow, sun spangled river rock, highlighted by the reflection of overhanging trees.
Serengeti: Afternoon sun sears the African savannah, while in the shadows, gazelles wait for sunset at the red earth watering hole.
Silver Streak: Picture a gray fox running across a frosted spring meadow. Shades of gray, charcoal, silver and fog.
Spanish Moss: Imagine a steamy bayou sunrise streaming through moss swaying from cypress tress.
Spring Frost: Imagine a week glinting across the snow in early spring. We have a silver fog touched by deep lavender and peachy pink of sunrise, and as always a celery colored promise of new grass.
Sugar Maple: These maples provide sap and are characterized by exceptionally bright leaves in the fall. Picture a mountain maple tree with leaves tipped pink and orange with frost.
Tropical Storm: Thunderstorms breaking over the mountains—violet and royal blue with a gray rip revealing turquoise sky.
Wild Cherry: Picture sun ripened cherries in a forgotten orchard. Wild, isn’t it?
Winterberry: Holiday berries on snow. A festive mix of purple, pink, cranberry and blueberry with a hint of white.