Ornithology Semisolids

Inspired by Birds.

Our Bases -

Spruce:
100% Superwash Merino
Grown and Spun in the US.
High twist for increased durability and stitch definition. 3 ply Fingering and 4 Ply Worsted.
Fingering available in 50g and 100g skeins (200 and 400 yards respectively)
Worsted available in 50g and 100g skeins (85 and 175 yards respectively)

Willow:
100% Superwash Merino
Sourced from Canada.
Super squishy glossy base that has both drape and stitch definition. 4 Ply DK and Worsted.
DK available in 100g skeins (approximately 250 yards)
Worsted available in 100g skeins (approximately 185 yards)

Bee Eater Blue

This is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Bee Eater' colorway. The bee eater belongs to the family of birds called Meropidae, and it is the only member of the Meropidae family that can be found in Australia! You can read more about this bright bird by clicking here.

Bufflehead Purple

This is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Bufflehead' colorway. The Bufflehead is a beautiful bird living in the parklands of Canada and Alaska, and belonging to the taxonomic family of Ducks and Geese. This bird is currently climate endangered and you can read more about its conservation efforts on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Bunting Blue

This is one of the coordinating colors for the 'Indigo Bunting' colorway. The Indigo Bunting is a bright bird living in the eastern region of the US and belonging to the taxonomic family of Buntings, Grosbeaks, and Cardinals. This bird is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.

Bunting Brown

This is one of the coordinating colors for the 'Indigo Bunting' colorway. The Indigo Bunting is a bright bird living in the eastern region of the US and belonging to the taxonomic family of Buntings, Grosbeaks, and Cardinals. This bird is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.

Finch Blush

This is one of the coordinating semisolids for the 'House Finch' colorway. The House Finch is a small bird living across the United States and belonging to the Finch family. This bird is currently extremely common and you can read more about it on Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Finch Brown

This is one of the coordinating semisolids for the 'House Finch' colorway. The House Finch is a small bird living across the United States and belonging to the Finch family. This bird is currently extremely common and you can read more about it on Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.

Gannet Pink

This is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Northern Gannet' colorway. Northern Gannets are seabirds that nest in colonies as large as 75,000 pairs on both sides of the North Atlantic! They are seasonal migrators and amazing divers. You can read more about them on the National Audubon Society’s website by clicking here.

Heron's Nest

This a coordinating semisolid for the 'Green Heron' colorway. The Green Heron is an elegant bird living in coastal and inland wetlands across the United States and Central America and belonging to the taxonomic family of Herons, Egrets, and Bitterns. This bird is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Jay Blue

'Jay Blue' is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Blue Jay' colorway. Blue Jays live in the eastern and central areas of the US and belong to the taxonomic family of crows, magpies, and jays. This bird is currently not endangered and you can read more about it on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Jay Green

This is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Green Jay' colorway.  Green Jays live in southern Texas and belong to the taxonomic family of Magpies, Crows, and Jays. This bird's population is currently stable and increasing, and you can read more about it on Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.

Kestrel Orange

This is one of the coordinating semisolids for the 'Kestrel' colorway. Kestrels live across the United States and Canada and belonging to the Falcon family. This bird is currently climate threatened and you can read more about it on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Kestrel Orange

This is one of the coordinating semisolids for the 'Kestrel' colorway. Kestrels live across the United States and Canada and belonging to the Falcon family. This bird is currently climate threatened and you can read more about it on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.

Puffin Blue

This is the coordinating colorway for the 'Atlantic Puffin' colorway. Atlantic Puffin's are sea birds living along the upper east coast of the US and Canada, and belong to the taxonomic family of Auks, Murres, and Puffins. Although this bird is not listed as an endangered species its population is declining, you can read more about current conservation efforts on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.

Rosy Finch Purple

'Rosy Finch Purple' is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Black Rosy Finch' colorway. The Black Rosy Finch is an uncommon bird living in the northern Great Basin region and belonging to the finch family. This bird is currently climate endangered and you can read more about its current conservation efforts on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Warbler Yellow

This is the coordinating semisolid for our 'Warbler' colorway. The colors are inspired by the Prothonotary Warbler. A bright little bird living in the Eastern US and belonging to the Wood Warbler family. This bird is currently endangered and you can read more about its conservation efforts on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds.  

Wood Duck Teal

'Wood Duck Teal' is the coordinating semisolid for our "wood Duck' colorway! Wood Ducks live in the Eastern US and along the California Coast and belonging to the Duck/Geese family. This bird is currently climate threatened and you can read more about it on the Audubon Society's Online Guide To North American Birds

Pale Gray, Light Gray, Medium Gray, Dark Gray