We know it can be tricky to order colors (and yarn) over the internet. Nothing substitutes for that in-person encounter with your materials. Sadly, at the moment, we don’t have any Sparrow color cards. We’re working on them, but their arrival is a ways out.
That said, here’s an image of of our thirteen Sparrow colors and wordy descriptions below. Starting at 6:00 and moving clockwise:
Paprika, a warm and spicy orange
Viburnum, a vintage icy pink/lavender, just like those heady blossoms that are just starting to appear here
Little Fern, a soft green with a hint of yellow, that first spring green in subdued form
Birch, is it a gray? is it a blue? Depends on how you look at it.
Nannyberry, a warm and muted clay pink/red
Juniper, (a fave), a deep green/blue/gray, just like the plant
Blue Spruce, the color of new growth at the tips of spruce branches, a gentle blue/green
Sans, undyed, a silvery milky coffee color (love it)
Fen, rich and earthy, a greeny, peat brown
Pigeon, a kind of slate gray/blue
Truffle, a warm gray/lavender
Port, deep and winey purple