Paloma is that perfect neutral; it pops as a contrast for colorwork projects or serves as an anchor main color for bright colorwork. It's dyed using a low percentage of ivory dye to shift the natural color of bare yarn a bit.
PLEASE NOTE: I use acid dyes and rinse the living daylights out of the yarn, but some light bleeding may occur during the first wash. This is completely normal with hand-dyed yarn. Speaking of wash...handwashing in cold water is highly recommended, along with laying flat to dry. This will keep your finished piece looking good for a long time.
Due to the human aspect of hand-dyed yarn, no two skeins will look the same, even though I use the same formulas every time. Because of this, I recommend buying enough yarn to finish your project and alternating skeins while crafting.
Dyed in a pet-free, smoke-free environment.
I do my best to represent the true color of the yarn, but due to monitor settings, etc, there may be slight differences.