Hand knit beret made from yarn hand-dyed by The Dye Project/Sea Change Fibers, an independent dyer located in Santa Cruz, California. Their Ecola sport yarn is a luxurious blend of 85% merino wool and 15% silk yarns.
The pink tonal dyed color is named Chinook, after the Salmon species which inhabits Northern California and the Pacific Northwest.
The straw-yellow tonal dyed color is named Kölsch, after the hue of the German beer of the same name.
The dark orange-red tonal dyed color is named Grandma’s Sofa, which conjures up images of that old stuffed, yet-well loved, sofa at Grandma’s house.
The light blue tonal dyed color is named Into the Great Wide Open, which is reminiscent of a clear sky on a summer’s day.
The red-brown tonal dyed color is named Redwood after the majestic trees that live along California’s northern coast.
It is recommended to hand-wash the beret, or use the gentlest machine cycle, with cold water. One size fits most adults.
Note: Beret names based on yarn colors created by The Dye Project/Sea Change Fibers