I have been experimenting, well, actually, having fun dyeing yarns and fabric. I am not at all precise and sometimes am surprised at the color combinations I come up with. In an effort to be more organized, and to maybe be able to reproduce some colors, I've been collecting paint chips and yarn samples and sorting them into possible combinations.
|lime, blue, teal, violet|
|lime, pink, purple|
|blue, lime, teal|
|khaki, brown, pink|
|lime, aqua, teal, pink, and will use black as an accent|
I remember my mother teaching me about color - the blue purples and the red purples, and never wear navy and green together, unless it's plaid, my sixth grade concert dress of white lace and cotton, with hot pink tights and lime green jewelry... we had an avacado colored kitchen and a raspberry bathroom long before they became popular colors. She had a great eye for color, and I think of her evey time I dye yarns and fabric.