Don’t answer that! But you can answer this: How hard is it to choose two skeins of yarn – one crimson and one gray? A crimson and gray that work nicely together? It shouldn’t be difficult, right? Am I making it harder than it is or is this just ridiculously hard?
When I set up the three options this morning, I really like Option #1 best because I’m just not into two fairly boring solids but the comment that struck me . . first graders think the colors are crimson and gray and first graders, really birth through grave . . those people eat, sleep and breathe crimson and gray and to a first grader, that mottled black/gray is NOT gray!
So, that left me with this option:
This is Malabrigo Arroyo. The red is Cereza and it’s a good crimsom/red. The gray is Pearl and it looks somewhat gray in the picture but in real life, it looks more tannish gray so . . what’s a girl to do but order more yarn!
This yarn is also Malabrigo Arroyo and, obviously, from Eat, Sleep, Knit.
I think this is the combination I’ll use but I won’t know til the yarn gets here. I can see me . . on Christmas Eve . . waiting for yarn to arrive so I can decide what I’m going to use for this project. No . . that cannot happen!