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  • If you’re making me pick – seaglass

    • They are all so beautiful but I just can’t say no to a beautiful blue, so Lapis it is!

      • Merlot — what a fabulous color that is! But, Seagrass is a close second.

        • As a color – lapis. As a yarn – shale. Shale would be my neutral of choice and have to be included in any project with more than one color.

        • Pear … My eyes went straight to it. Great job naming each fabulous color!!

        • Hey! I’m already knitting a Color Explosion Throw and two Temperature Blankets. Still, there can’t be enough knitted blankets….. favorite color is PEAR

        • Mallard for sure!!

        • Seaglass… so calming!

        • So hard to choose, seaglass!

        • Citron

        • Not an easy choice, but Seaglass is beautiful!

      • Clementine, looks like a burst of spring color.

        • Barn red it is

      • Definitely Peat. It’s the color of my son and husband’s birthstones. It goes with so much, such a versatile color!

      • Omgg all of them are lovely! But I specially liked the whisper and peat❤️❤️ lovely colors

      • Mallard is my favorite color. Such a rich, deep tone.

      • Wintergreen stunning- no hesitation choosing colour.

      • Lapis!

      • I love seaglass too, divine inspiration!

      • Mallard is my favorite but they are all beautiful. You must be so happy to bring such a beautiful product to the knitting world.

      • Lapis for me! So rich!

      • I’m always drawn to blues and greens so it hard to pick just one. But Lapis sure has come out a winner this time.

      • Merlot! It looks like it has nice depth and shading.

      • Seaglass. No, Lapis. No, wait, Celery. Oh, but Cedar! Pear or Mallard? Shale?

      • So much yarn, so little time…

    • Barn red – not your everyday red!

      • Skyline

      • Oh Lapis definitely! Such a wonderful blue!

      • Are you the Denver Jan Winkler?

        • Merlot is dreamy, too!

      • Lapis sings to me!

      • I’m torn between Peat and Cedar, with Merlot close behind…what a great palette!

      • You have to be strong like Atlas to pick just one. Barn Red is beautifully deep.

    • Clementine

    • I can’t decide between navy and seaglass. Too hard!!!

      • Merlot! Maybe that’s just because it’s Friday?? So many excellent colors.

    • Peat….no….barn red……no no…peat because it reminds me of scotch

      • Hahaha! My kind of knitter.

    • Mallard if I have to choose

    • Pear is jumping right out at me. Not a colour I normally wear, but I want to spend time with it knitting!

    • I love them all but Peat is my fav!

    • How exciting and such lovely colors! Since I can only choose one it has to be Seaglass.

    • Pear!

    • Seaglass!

    • I love, love,love the merlot!

    • Merlot is the one that grabbed my attention – they are all gorgeous.

    • Seaglass for me!
      I love the saturated colours too.

    • Barn red

    • Totally feel the same -but leek reminds me of my other passion – the garden!

    • Skyline has that neutral-but-actually-a-color vibe that I find most versatile.

    • BARN RED!!

  • Wow, like picking your favorite child. Pebble

  • Clementine!

    • Oh my! All of them! But if I have to pick one — Clementine.

    • Navy

    • They are all beautiful, but I’ll go with Navy…love it’s depth.

      • Tutu grabs me, but it’s cruel to make us choose

    • Clementine, but it was a battle.

  • Congratulations! Atlas looks beautiful – hard to choose an absolute favourite, but *shhhh, don’t tell the others, Seaglass. Add Citron, Mallard & Natural and I’m in colourwork or stripe heaven!

  • Love the pink Tutu!

    • Tutu (swoon)

    • Pear (yum!)

      • Seaglass

  • Love so many of the colours. Shale is a favourite!

  • Of all the names, peat and clementine are my favorites as they both conjur stong feelings of both color and aroma.

    • Congratulations …beautiful colors! For the cold weather months I think Merlot is my favorite.

  • It would have to be whisper because this blanket is whispering to me to put it on my needles!

    • Shale, beautiful!

    • Cork—an introvert’s choice. It’s warm but quiet and encourages others nearby to shine

  • Leek

  • Congratulations on creating such a beautiful yarn so thoughtfully and responsibly produced. Can’t wait to get my hands on it!

    • Congratulations! They’re all beautiful! Picking one is tough but seaglass is calling to me right now.

      • Merlot.

        • I’d love to knit something with seaglass. The color is so pretty and calming.

        • Would love to knit with the color merlot….while sipping some merlot!!

    • Tutu is a perfect ballet pink. Love the color and the name.

  • I love all the bright colors in the Atlas yarn!! But Sea Glass would be my favorite to start with. It looks squishy soft!

  • Barn red

  • So hard to choose! Seaglass

  • hard to pick, but lapis called to me from the bag!

  • Great job! I am partial to truffle.

  • Citron! Such a happy color

  • Seagrass is beautiful!

  • Truffle

  • With the exception of my coming grand-baby ( mid-July) there will be nothing else to beat this ! Blanket of Joy Kit indeed.

  • Lapis looks luxurious….my favorite

  • My favorite is pebble. My son and his wife are expecting their first child, my first grand baby. Too early to know if its a boy or girl so they are referring to the baby as pebble. Pebble is the best color!

  • Seaglass!

  • A Tutu wearing Mouse — a beauty!

  • Tough choice! But … mallard

  • I’m excited about the variety of colors! Peat is my favorite because my granddaughter loves a deep olive green, and when knitting a project in her favorite color I enjoy the time thinking about her, and her wearing something made by me.

  • It was tough, but I narrowed it down to Mallard. Congrats!!

  • Barn red

  • Navy

  • Love lapis! But all are beautiful

  • Love Mallard-a bold color.

  • I love the rich color of truffle. Can’t wait to try it!!

  • Lapis – my heart bleeds blue for you ❤️

  • My choice is merlot because, well, I love a good wine

  • Without a doubt my favorite color is mouse! What a wonderful play of brown and pink and mocha.I just want to dive into this luscious color like a vat of coffee with cream. Beautiful!!!

  • Seaglass-along with being a knitter I am a seaglass picker as well!

  • OMG! This is beautiful! So many lovely colors but I believe my heart is set on Merlot. Rambouillet is probably one of if not my very favorite wool. I can’t wait to get this on my needles!

    • Oh, leek is such a spring-y color! I love it. And this yarn looks really versatile–a real winner.

  • Lapis…..it glows!

  • Lapis is exquisite!

  • I will forever love green: Wintergreen!

  • Malard is my favourite! I had to make myself to choose fast, impulsively. Otherwise, I would choose all of them!!!

  • So exciting!!! Congratulations! All the colors are beautiful but I’m thinking Spring (actually wishing for it) and have my eye on Citron and Clementine!! All the colors are so beautiful and the Barn Red is such a pretty red! All that challenging work through a Pandemic is well worth it for us all, thank you!!! Lots of fun and happy knitting ahead!!!

  • It looks awesome! Mallard is a beautiful color.

    • That navy looks beautiful

      • The names add to the pleasure of these outstanding colors. Make mine Mallard.

  • Beautiful yarn! Cedar is one of my favorites!

  • Love all of them, especially the red barn

  • Shale is gorgeous. Shale with any of the others would be delightful.

  • Seaglass…followed by a glass of Merlot

  • Today it has to be Tutu. Looks like pink mascato.

  • Seaglass is my favorite

  • Peat!

  • I’m choosing Whisper. Second favorite would be Lapis but I can’t tell from the pictures on my phone if it’s more blue or indigo. The color that’s missing for me is a nice purple. Blanket of joy looks awesome

    • I’m also wishing there were a true purple in the mix. But Lapis and Whisper are very nice!

  • Sea Glass…:)

  • Either lapis or mallard. Both are beautiful!

  • you have asked a most difficult question but I feel Seaglass Calling to me. Cannot wait to get my field guide and start making something using your yarn. It has to be amazing for MDK to put your name on it. I love your sit and my daily email – and Sat Snippits – just wonderful – Kay and Ann are amazing. How do you knit so many things. Hugs to all of you at MDK – thanks for making my mornings brighter!!!

  • Merlot…I can’t wear bright reds anymore but Merlot has such depth I think it would satisfy my need for rich colors.

  • Lapis

  • Skyline. That’s the pick.

  • I’m going through some kind of neon phase… I love that Citron yellow!

  • skyline!!!!
    congratulations on atlas…

  • The pallette is lovely but I choose mallard

  • I’ll go with “Clementine”!

  • Tutu is my favorite. Pink anything is a perfect color.

  • Merlot – and I love the bounce part of the description

  • Mallard!

  • Lapis! I always gravitate towards blues and greens and you have some good ones here! But the beautiful saturation of that blue? Swoon.

  • “Natural” – because what could be more perfect than natural?

  • the yarn looks so yummy! my favorite color is Clementine, it reminds me of my favorite time of year, Fall. where the colors start to change and the air is crisp, bright with the hope of tomorrow but knowing it will fade soon. But I know your colors won’t fade away and always remind me of my favorite time of year.

  • Pear! So yummy!

  • Wintergreen. It looks like spring!

  • Barn red…fav color. Gentle and happy

  • Citron! I came to your email after a gray, rainy, difficult day. Citron glows like a spring flower on the kind of sunny day when troubles fade away. I have to love a color that creates such joy.

  • Congrats on creating a new yarn, that’s an exciting a accomplishment! The colors are beautiful and I am really drawn to Leek. The blanket is a great project to introduce the line.

  • Lapis! Love the blues. Yarn looks wonderful. Can’t wait!

  • I have to say I have been hooked on pinks lately. Your Tutu pink is scrumptious.

  • Barn red…it’s a good red, in my humble opinion.

  • Barn red!

  • This is like picking your favorite child! . All the colours are so beautiful (although I’m inclined to lean towards Truffle ).

  • Tutu is an absolutely lovely shade of pink! Finally a pink that’s not too bright and not too washed out!

  • If I have to only pick one: mallard. But I have to say I there is not a single color I don’t like.

  • To chose a favourite may be too hard, I love the simplicity of Tutu, but the deep richness of Merlot really draws me in. Could a marl them and call it one colour? Making me pick, I think I’d had to go with Tutu, I have lots of burgundy in my closet already. (But oh what a great shade Merlot is!)

  • Merlot

  • omg been waiting for skyline for so long have so many ideas for this beautiful BLUE!!

  • I like all the chosen names but will pick sea glass!

  • Barn red, barn red, barn red !!!!

  • Lapis. Lapis. Lapis!

  • Mallard

  • Definitively PEAT… for the love of the land, the deep and delicious earth colour and the reference of this treasure in our Universe… let’s all think abut how amazing using the colours here to remind ourselves of the precious land, animals and of course humans who benefit from the joy of COLOUR and our LAND, changing as a daily goal how we ensure it will be there for our next generations.

  • Such a hard choice ! They are all so nice! I pick mallard, only because you said one choice!

  • Mallard is my favorite color! Calls to mind exactly what it’s named for.

  • Congratulations on your first MDK yarn! I love that it’s entirely “homegrown” from field to skein, eco-friendly and non-superwash. My favorite color is Tutu.

  • It has to be Lapis.
    Evocative name for a gorgeous colour!
    So pleased to see this yarn released, just what we all need at the moment.

  • I’m really drawn to the lapis.

  • Mallard is calling me

  • Well, choosing one at 5:53 am while riding my recumbent exercise bike was no easy task…not the riding but the choosing! My final and most favorite is Seaglass because it matches my living room walls. But if I could I would choose them all.❤️

  • Navy!! The possibilities of navy with so many of the other colors is magical.

  • I absolutely love the Pear color. It’s a preview to Spring that I need in my hands in thus grey and cold weather.

  • I love the look of this yarn and you have such an all encompassing number and variety of colours. My favourite has to be Mallard. I’ve had a tendency to the blue-green over the last year although pinks and purples still feature strongly and I could be persuaded to favour a few other colours….

  • This is hard! At this moment? Mallard with Tutu right behind. I’ve been excited for this since you started talking about it!

  • Peat. Always drawn to the greens and spring is coming!

  • I love Shale! It reminds me of walking on wet sand.

  • I love Clementine! It’s beautiful yarn.

  • Deep in a gray Western PA winter, I’d pick “Skyline,” to remind me of the Spring to come!

  • Mallard but I like them all! Congratulations on your new venture! Great work and I love the story behind it all.

  • Mallard looks besutiful

  • Pear!

  • Seaglass, mallard clementine….oh my! Assuming it is hand wash?

  • Mallard!

  • Congratulations! Pear is my favorite….not many dyers do this color!

  • Merlot

  • It’s Citron…no, it’s Mallard…or maybe Pear…no, definitely Mallard…all the colors….I love all the colors!

  • I love Mallard. Also – Rambouillet and 3 ply?? Yes please!

  • Merlot with some Merlot

  • Definitely tutu!

  • Today, I would choose Pear, bright and energetic to balance out the late winter blues

  • I started shifting through the colors, rapidly at first to see which ones caught my attention. On each go round the leek popped out…. Odd since green is not typically one of my favorites. But spring is coming, I’m looking through seed catalogs… maybe that’s why my eye kept coming back to Leek. They are certainly all lovely!

  • It has to be Mouse. Quiet, subtle, stealing your chips and frosted raison bread…

  • Seaglass!

  • They are all so pretty! I think the first one I’d pick is cedar. Congratulations on a dream come true!

  • Barn red

  • Love the Pear !

  • Congratulations Kay and Anne on the launch of your new yarn. These are amazing colours and I’m intrigued by the sheep Rambouillet. I’m not sure I’ve ever knit with this yarn but from your description it sounds very yummy! As for a favourite, oh my, I guess I might say Leek, but Lapis is a close second. Can’t wait to knit with it!

  • In this endless winter, both the American and the color of Clementine make me smile!

    Congratulations on this achievement!

    • I have GOT to stop typing sans glasses! The above was supposed to say ‘both the name and the color….’ Sheesh!

  • Clementine!

  • Congratulations on the new baby! Favorite color? PEAT! No contest.

  • What a rich color palette, beautiful. I really love the tones of Cedar

  • Lapis it is!

  • Tutu!

  • Love the cedar!

  • Seaglass is calling to me but they area all lovely.

  • Definitely Clementine!! So beautiful!

  • Barn Red And Skyline—all of them really!

  • It’s a hard choice but I pick mallard.

  • Great colors! Citron!

  • All the colors are lovely. But this morning, because I am on my way to a beach vacation, I will say sea glass is my favorite.

  • Leek is lovely!

  • Love so many- have to pick Peat if just one!
    Congratulations!

  • I’d love to pet it!

  • Mallard.

  • Oh my! If I must pick only one, it would be Seaglass!

  • Hard choice! NAVY

  • Whisper, I think, or maybe Cedar. Congratulations on your yarn!

  • Wow! What an amazing color palette! I would have to pick seaglass as my fav, but wintergreen and mallard are also at the top of my list! Comfrata on your first yarn! Looking forward to trying it!

  • Seaglass

  • Lapis looks absolutely beautiful! Can’t wait to try it!

  • Mallard! My favorite color. I can see the thought that went into Atlas in every aspect of this new yarn and I appreciate your work, Ann and Kay and your team. Congratulations! You hit it out of the knitting park!

  • How very exciting! All of your Atlas colors are beautiful but Mallard and Merlot jumped out at me right away!

  • Congratulations !!! What a wonderful endeavor. The colors are fabulous. It’s hard to choose just one. Peat is really calling my name though at the moment. Perhaps a sweater for my husband will be in the works soon. Good luck with it.

  • It’s gorgeous! Congratulations Team Atlas!! I’m going to have to go with Tutu.

  • Mallard

  • Mallard

  • Skyline is the perfect light blue! Soft, but sophisticated. No baby blue here!

  • I love lapis!

  • My favorite color of Atlas is Pear. I just can’t get enough pale green, it seems!

  • Leek

  • Lapis such a beautiful colot

  • You had me at 100% Rambouillet, but that deeply saturated color of MALLARD is calling to me!

  • Seaglass 🙂

  • Mallard. Definitely!

  • Cedar

  • Pear! Also Skyline and Pebble…

  • Seaglass. I’m always drawn to blue-greens.

  • Citron and pear!

  • Love all the colours, but truly Shale for everyday practicality

  • Natural!

  • Ok, Peat…no, Mouse…definitely Lapis…but also, Pebble…

  • While I’m not sure if it’s a color I can wear, I really want to make a Springy sweater in Wintergreen!!

  • Tutu! So many beautiful colors!

  • Gorgeous colors gorgeous yarn. My favorite color is seaglass.

  • I choose Clementine – both the color and the name make me want to sing!

  • Oooh this blanket looks lovely – I love how bright the atlas yarns are- my favorite has to be the wonderful shades of blue (part of the purple family)

  • What a beautiful palette. Lapis is the one calling to me.

  • Whisper is beautiful!

  • May I submit 22 entries? My first entry is seaglass. Cannot wait to take Atlas out for a spin!

  • So hard to pick just one! I’m loving neutrals right now, so cork is my favorite!

  • Clementine is my favorite color. I look forward to the field guide that uses Atlas so I can pick out my favorite project!

  • I drawn to Clementine, but then I saw Seaglass.

  • Congratulations- Shale (maybe mouse)

  • I don’t have a bit of Wintergreen in my wardrobe, but feeling very “green” this year, so I am imagining something wonderful, a cardigan maybe, in this color. Time to branch out. LOL

  • Tutu – love that the yarn is climate beneficial.

  • Lapis, hands down! The blue is usually a somber color, but the brightness of this just makes it pop!

  • Oh it’s sage but leek is a close second 🙂

  • Cedar! So earthy

  • Whisper for the color! Wintergreen for the name

  • Merlot FTW!

  • looks lovely, we all need a project like this! Congrats on the new yarn!

  • Leek!,

  • Pear!❤ But so hard to choose. Love them all.

  • First, Congratulations are in order for not only branding your collection but for being environmentally conscious. Time and patience all go into it especially during the pandemic. Thank you.
    Now onto my choice definitely Lapis is my favorite color and I have to say that beautiful Clementine is right there as well.

  • Seaglass

  • I love Mallard! I’m thinking I’ll pick a cardigan sweater to knit with it.

  • Lapis for the win!!!! (I’m working on one o’ these blankets now in cotton!)

  • Mallard for me.

  • i seem to have a connection to pear — maybe the color, maybe the fruit, most likely the shape.

  • February in Minnesota? Give me color! Citron!

  • Pear is my favorite!

  • Pear is my favorite, all are lovely. Congratulations.

  • Seaglass, seaglass, seaglass please and thank you!!!!

  • Beautiful palette!!! It is hard to pick just one. For me clementine and. Peat captured my heart..

  • Has to be Seaglass!

  • This yarn looks great!! Love the name tutu!

  • Wintergreen

  • Leek!

  • My eye was immediately drawn to the Tutu! Best of luck to you on this fabulous new line. Thank you for supporting the environment and other like minded businesses. Looking forward to receiving the new Field Guide and sample card!

  • It’s always hard to find a good orange but this looks just right. Can’t wait to work with this new yarn!

  • Mallard

  • Lapis

  • So much gorgeousness! Peat is a favourite of mine 🙂

  • I can’t choose between pear and clementine, They both speak to me on this windy winter day.

  • Congratulations on your beautiful yarn! My favorite color is Merlot.

  • Can’t wait to try this yarn. My favorite color is seaglass, for the color and the name.

  • Leek. In this dreary time of year that lovely green the color of new leaves just beginning their unfurling makes me smile. Atlas looks like a lovely yarn – can’t wait to touch it.

  • I can’t decide okay Peat.

  • Leek!!

  • Make mine a Merlot

  • Lapis. The color jumped out at me from the group shot!

  • Clementine!

  • Lapis

  • Shale (with a smidge of whisper on the side)

  • Merlot and I’m looking forward to knitting with Atlas.

  • Tutu!

  • They are all beautiful but the merlot and peat are calling my name

  • Lapis is lovely!

  • Clementine FTW

  • I’m a farm girl daughter – Barn Red. They are all beautiful.

  • Congratulations to you all.
    Atlas is a beautiful yarn!

  • Seaglass!!

  • Peat! I love greens, but all of the colors are beautiful!

  • Congratulations! Sea glass is such a lovely color. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for us in the new field guide!

  • Love the yarn! Mallard.

  • That’s a gorgeous group of fun colors! I think Clementine is my favorite. I e been thinking for a while about a nice orange sweater

  • They are all beautiful but Pear really caught my eye.

  • Barn Red…I live in Vermont 🙂

  • Does it have to be just one color? Mallard is the first of many I would choose if I was stranded on a desert island.

  • Shale is my favourite!

  • Clementine!! I am really drawn to orange right now and clementine is gorgeous!!

  • Wintergreen!

  • Navy, or lapis

  • Lapis is my favorite! Love, love, love that the farm raising the sheep is trying help our climate!!

  • Lapis.
    Love the blue!

  • My favorite color is Merlot

  • I love the merlot!

  • The most Perfect Shade of Ballerina Pink ~ TuTu!! Light & Lofty Beauty!!

  • Tutu!

  • Only one….impossible. Barn Red is where I would start.

  • Oooh, that lapis shade just makes me swoon!

  • Wintergreen is my favorite!

  • I like the gray (shale) because it reminds me of a cloudy, rainy day just made for knitting!

  • It has to be clementine!!

  • Oh lapis is gorgeous!

  • Leek!

  • I love the color Lapis. So pretty!

  • blanket me in seaglass; and what an accomplishment. applause to you

  • It’s got to be Lapis! What a beautiful blue, my absolute favorite!!

  • Ooh….so many colors so little time. I think I really hear the call of Whisper as a favorite, although Merlot and Cedar are right up there too.

  • Loving the lapis!

  • I am a Citron girl, all the way! Citron and lapis together- wow!

  • Mallard would probably be my fav. Hard to decide! Oh, how I’d love to be the lucky winner!

  • Ohh…just one color? I do love that mallard. Thanks so much.

  • Seaglass! Can’t wait to try this yarn.

  • Mallard. Hard choice.

  • BARN RED-red has always been a favorite and I’m partial to red barns because it conjures up memories of my mother who had an old red barn, like so many scattered throught New England. I might have to break my self imposed yarn fast to buy the Atlas blanket kit!

  • So many beautiful colors, but Lapis caugh5 my heart❣️

  • Mallard is my favorite of the colors. I spotted that color right off. Looking forward to the new field guide and finding the right project to use the new yarn. Congratulations!

  • Congratulations! I can’t wait to get my hands on some Atlas.

  • My favorite has to be clementine!

  • Very hard to choose, gonna say Cedar.

  • Love Leek

  • Whisper….so beautifully peaceful in name and color. PERFECT for these tumultuous times!

  • Hello and congratulations for Atlas! My favorite color is Whisper and what I like even more is the carbon capturing practice involved in the making of this gorgeous wool.

  • Cannot wait!

  • The joy of finding sea glass……

  • Wintergreen!

  • Congratulations!
    It is so hard to choose. Lapis!

  • Cedar, please! No. Wait. … Merlot. … Oh, darn. … No, I’m going with cedar. Cedar, cedar, cedar! (And thanks!)

  • Seaglass, lovely for spring.

  • Seaglass! You hit it out of the park!

  • Merlot is my Favorite!

  • Hard to choose….seaglass, no tutu, maybe whisper…

  • Lapis

  • Has to be Lapis!

  • Oh my, it was very hard to choose, but my vote goes to Mallard!

  • Oh my!! Can’t choose only ONE color!! Love Seaglass, Mallard, Cedar, Cork….Do I have to choose only one???

  • Can’t wait to try it! Barn red is my fav!

  • Mallard! Or an entire Blanket of Joy, so I don’t have to choose…

  • After watching the figure skating, Tutu seems about right!

  • I’m usually a green person but the navy is so rich looking.

  • I love the cedar color!!

  • That Navy calls to me, every time you offer a peak at Atlas——welcome to the planet, little yarn, in ALL your glorious colors❤️

  • I think Pear is where I’ll start!

  • Sea Glass ~ this color will keep my memories of beach trips alive & of my Grandmother cooking in our beach house & all those yummy smells & her loving hands

  • Seaglass! It brings back memories of all my seaglass hunting I’ve happily done in the past. Perfect!!

  • Seaglass!

  • Luscious.

  • Peat
    Congrats!

  • Leek!

    • Clementine makes me want to dive into a bowl full of oranges. I am smitten.

  • Rambouillet-nice! I like peat, sea glass and mallard, but wow! Clementine.

  • So exciting!! I love Pear.

  • Seaglass as found on the Rockport, Massachusetts shore on a sunny summer day.

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  • I love Tutu but Pear has my attention!

  • Tutu because it’s too-too cute!

  • Skyline

  • I would love to try out your new Atlas yarn! Congrats!

  • Love skyline and whisper.

  • Wintergreen!! I’m so ready for color.

  • I’m partial to orange so Clementine is my favorite!

  • My needles are pointing at Lapis!!❤️

  • I can’t wait to feel this yummy sounding yarn. All tho lots are so vibrant, Clementine looks bright and beautiful.

  • Lapis! Although it is really hard to pick just one.

  • I love the Mallard—both the color and the name!

  • All of the colors are beautiful! I do love mallard the most. You have outdone yourselves.

  • So hard to pick!! Beautiful soft Seaglass is my favorite.

  • Mallard. I’m not usually a blue person but this color has just enough green. Would make a great casual sweater to wear every day

  • What a candy box of colors! I really liked olive- mainly because I have been trying to find that tone for a sweater, not so easy.

  • Leek and citron. Think of the cooking–oops knitting–choices.

  • I love clementine. It is such a happy color.

  • Pear

  • Hard to choose, but my favorite color is pear!

  • It would have to be Seaglass. Or Mallard. But probably Seaglass. Yes.

  • Clementine! (Oh my darling!)

  • Congratulations! I pick Pear, and expect Pear to bring along friends Cinnamon, Mallard, Cedar, Teak….all the friends.

  • Favorite would have to be Leek! It’s the perfect mint shade

  • I think all the colors are beautiful, but if I have to choose just one I will select seaglass.

  • Leek tells me spring is coming!

  • Tutu—beautiful color and such a fun name!

  • Love whisper

  • Love the lapis!

  • I can’t make up my mind between peat, cedar and cork. They are my favorite.

  • Mallard and the Merlot! So beautiful.

  • Lapis sipaL Lapis sipaL Lapis
    Unambiguous, exuberant, simply Blue!

  • Peat, absolutely.

    At least for today.

  • Clementine.

    Love the price!

  • Mallard!

  • Mallard! Beautiful colors hard to choose.

  • Cedar – It reminds me of a crisp fall day.

  • Oh that would be Mallard. It features prominently in my stash!

  • Tutu!

  • Congratulations! At first glance, seaglass is the color that caught my eye.

  • I love the colour skyline.

  • Pear!!

  • Leek

  • Congratulations on your new yarn. It looks lovely. My favorite color is Barn Red. It reminds me of the country. Thanks for the very generous giveaway.

  • Seaglass

  • Truffle! Yum!

  • Merlot! (Which I would love to combine with Mallard)

  • What a beautiful yarn…the color I loved is “skyline”…the soft, blue color is so calming and will blend well with so many other colors! Thank you for creating this luscious yarn…

  • When I look out my window this morning, everything is white and gray. Obviously my favorite Atlas color is clementine.

  • Leek!

  • Exciting! Peat is my favorite!

  • Lapis

  • Cannot wait to play with this yarn!
    Skyline is my blue.
    Pear is also looking yummy!

  • Merlot. It tells me it wants to be a wonderful cardigan.

  • Oh I love a good green, Peat. Honestly love all the colors, beautiful collection.

  • Wintergreen. There was a time that I definitely would have said mallard but after the last two years, a fresh green is what my spirit needs

  • Searching for some green foliage to emerge from the cover of snow in Toronto has me gravitating to Wintergreen.

  • My favorite color in this range is Seaglass. I really enjoyed watching the video about the Fibershed, makes me happy that from beginning to end for Atlas all the cycles are dinner in the USA. Thank you!

  • As a bird lover, I am drawn to Mallard. I can picture lots of projects in that shade!

  • Congratulations! Seaglass for sure!

  • Wow! You’ve ticked all the boxes for beauty, comfort and ecology! We’ll done!

    I love Seaglass!

  • Truffle is my favorite.

  • The color Pear is lovely and my top favorite. Honestly I like all the colors!

  • Navy would be it for me but all the colors seem vibrate and beautiful.
    Congrats on this milestone.

  • Brilliant! Winter Green is a true beauty!

  • Merlot. Definitely Merlot.

  • Pear. Just looking at it makes me happy!

  • If I have to pick one, Mallard makes me incredibly happy!

  • Wintergreen! My favorite mint (for getting rid of coffee breathe)

  • Seaglass is the color of my life, I could wear it everyday and always feel calm and cozy.

  • They are all wonderful! Leek is the one to which my eye kept returning!

  • I love the Lapis and the Seagrass. But the Leek and the Wintergreen… Oh heck, I love them all!

  • Mallard is beautiful!

  • Sea glass. Who can resist an early morning walk on the beach and finding the perfect piece of sea glass moving with the tide.

  • Whisper is my favorite colour…I would experience calm when I knit with it! It would be easy to work many projects using any of these colours…thanks for these! Kathy ❤

  • Tutu (when did I become such a girly girl?)

  • Oh that Barn Red!

  • Can’t pick just one: wintergreen, pear and clementine

  • Lapis–so rich and saturated.

  • Love a yarn that has interesting neutrals AND good pops of color! I have my eye on cedar…

  • Skyline

  • I’m usually drawn to greens & blues, so seaglass seems like a good combination!

  • Seaglass is beautiful!

  • Lapis is my favorite!

  • Cedar would be my top pick. It would make a lovely sweater.

  • Citron!

  • It would have to be peat for me.

  • Sea glass is perfect for my next sweater. Excited to give this a knit.

  • Mallard!

  • Seaglass is my favorite

  • Pear, Sea Glass, and Skyline I think would make a lovely summer tank or shawl. I must say all the colors look vibrant and beautiful. I just want to reach out and touch them!

  • Well, I’m always a sucker for a color like pear, worked with a truffle or navy and pebble or natural. Of course shale is a close runner up. They’re all lovey!

  • Clementine!

  • Lapis

  • Cedar-also my daughter-in-law:)

  • Orange

  • Being partial to green, i’d have to a
    Sa my favorite color is leek.

  • Tough choice because I LOVE all of them. But if forced to pick just one, I’d pick Peat.

  • Wintergreen – I can smell the freshness!!

  • My favorite Atlas color is Seaglass but it was really hard to choose just one color they are all beautiful!

  • I think Mallard is a lovely color, one that flatters many.
    Thank you.

  • So many lovely shades, well done! Mouse for me 🙂

  • Merlot!

  • Delish colors but pear, PEAR, ummmmmm !!

  • The peat is the wonderful olive of my eternal search.

  • Barn Red, of course!

  • Lapis for me

  • Lapis is definitely my favorite! Love the variety of colors and the quiet/bold pairings…

  • Seaglass

  • Peat

  • Congratulations! A long time coming. My favorite color is Sea Glass. Wish you much success.

  • They are all pretty but I like the softness of Leek

  • I am partial to peat. Lovely green

  • I keep jumping from one to another, but settled on MALLARD!!!

    oh, such a beautiful prize this would be to win!!!

  • Wow. This is difficult. But I feel myself pulled to my usual palette, the reds. And so Merlot it is. I have this image in my mind that it was dyed in an oak barrel of the real stuff. Feel free to send me that barrel full of wine and stray fibers, too, by the way!

  • Merlot is good in wine & yarn.

  • Leek!!

  • Such beautiful new yarn – exciting times ahead. Picking a favorite is difficult with such a lovely choice. I have to say cedar calls to me.

  • Seaglass!

  • Sea grass for sure

  • Skyline, for the color and the name. Who doesn’t love looking at the beauty of any skyline, as they are all unique!

  • Peat seems to speak to my soul.

  • Tough to choose . . . but I’ll bite. Merlot.

  • Beautiful neutrals and navy! Congratulations to the MDK team! Love Erika Knight designs.

  • Pear!

  • They are all lovely but I’m a neutral kinda gal and Truffle is great!

  • Hard to pick just one…..seaglass, shale, truffle, ….. could be a long list!

  • Leek

  • Really hard to pick. If I had to choose one, iy would be Tutu.

    Congrats on the yarn!! So exciting.

  • Tutu! Just saying the color name brings joy!

  • Ooooooooo so hard to choose a favorite color!!!! I think I’m going with Mallard. Well maybe clemetine. Or it could be seaglass. You get the idea! 😉

  • So hard to choose a favorite color! Some of my immediate favorites are: Clementine, Pear, Navy and Wintergreen!

  • I’m loving Seaglass!

  • I’m seeing lots of combos to play with but will start with Merlot.

  • Winter green is a perfect shade of green

  • Clementine is such a joyful color, and makes me happy!

  • Merlot is my favorite color.

  • Lapis!

  • Yummy! PEAT takes the cake.

  • I love the Navy … looks like a rich midnight blue on my phone

  • Tutu!!

  • The colors are like potato chips! You just cannot have just 1! Kaffe Fasset always has some kind of orange in his knits and fabrics and I subscribe to that as well but can’t just pick 1 soooo I love clementine and cedar! And seaglass too…. Just like potatoe chips!

  • Skyline is exactly the color blue I have been looking for!

  • Cedar!

  • Tough choice. Either Lapis for the alchemist, searching for gold and his soul (see CGJung) or peat, for all those Shetland sheep and the crofters banging out sweaters with their knitting belts! I think I will go with Peat for my Scots ancestral knitters! Great color names!

  • Well, that’s a nearly impossible choice! I’m going with Clementine for it’s fabulous “Winter, I defy you!” attitude.

  • I think Whisper….

  • Congrats all colors are array of crayola.

  • Clementine . That was the name of the Volkswagen bug we had when I learned to drive. I love Clementine

  • The shale color is lovely! So exciting, thank you.

  • Lapis blue, always blue for autism awareness

  • I love them all, but Seaglass and Shale look like comfort in a skein!

  • Tutu!

  • Another vote for seaglass

  • I have to pick — Barn Red!

  • I seem drawn to the fruits!! Pear if u can only pick one and second choice clementine! Can’t wait to try it!! Congratulations on the launch!!

  • Pear… fresh and juicy. Congratulations on Atlas debut!

  • lapis

  • So hard to pick one – but for this minute I’ll pick Mallard. Well done!