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Twisted's Rose City Yarn Crawl Blue Moon Exclusive Colorways

Blue Moon Fiber Arts

Twisted's Rose City Yarn Crawl Blue Moon Exclusive Colorways

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Yarn
Color
2019 - Shed A Little Light
2019 - Red Dawn
2018 - Sunrise Over Multnomah Channel
2018 - Portland Puddles
2017 - The Breakfast Club
2017 - Dress Like Your Pet
2016 - Leapin Lupine
2016 - Mossy Plaid
2015 - Lan Su
2015 - Saturday Market
2014 - Gulchtastic
2013 - Ka-Pow Pa-Tina
2012 - PDX Rose City
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Blue Moon Fiber Arts Twisted's Rose City Yarn Crawl Blue Moon Exclusive Colorways

The Rose City Yarn Crawl is over for 2019... but we want to celebrate just a little longer! Use promotion code "rcyctid" at checkout for 10% off our 2019 RCYC colors Red Dawn and Shed A Little Light, or the complete set of our exclusive RCYC colors through 3/31/19.

Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Rose City Yarn Crawl in 2019 by taking a stroll down memory lane! See all the past exclusive colorways that Blue Moon FIber Arts has designed for Twisted to celebrate the crawl since 2012. At first we did one color per year, but then we were having so much fun that we switched to two colors per year - one for each of our featured RCYC patterns that year.

Pick between either Blue Moon Featherlight or Socks That Rock Lightweight. Select a few skeins or catch up with the full set containing 1 skein each of all 13 custom RCYC colors.

2012 - PDX Rose City
2013 - Ka-Pow Pa-Tina
2014 - Gulchtastic
2015 - Lan Su
2015 - Saturday Market
2016 - Leapin' Lupine
2016 - Mossy Plaid
2017 - The Breakfast Club
2017 - Dress Like Your Pet
2018 - Sunrise Over Multnomah Channel
2018 - Portland Puddles
2019 - Shed A Little Light
2019 - Red Dawn

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Please note that like all Blue Moon Fiber Arts yarn, this is dyed by hand and will vary from skein to skein and batch to batch. Your skein will differ from the one pictured. Please buy enough for your entire project all at once. To achieve the most even-possible color distribution, consider alternating skeins while working your project.