Orange Crush

Look no further than the catchy brand name on a bottle of a familiar soft drink for this week’s colour inspiration.  Its a crush on all things orange, vibrant and zesty, a punch of colour that instantly perks up and revives all that it surrounds.  Flamboyant in personality and appearance, orange is a colour that starts and ends our days as an intense glow on the horizon. 

Orange Crush was first introduced to the North American market in 1916.  Instantly a hit, and standing well apart from its competition with a refreshing taste and lively jolt of colour. 
Surprisingly, the exclusive formula originally included real pulp added to each bottle for a ‘fresh squeezed’ look. 
The process of extracting juice from the orange was known as ‘crush’ and now almost a century later the name carries on. 

 

Natalie Cardigan from Sublime

A polished look for Spring with the emphasis on a pretty decolletage with a knitted overlay.  Simply Sublime!  Knit in Bamboo and Pearls, a lightweight yarn that casts a glossy sheen across the needles, and comes in four new shades- pagoda, gingerlily (shown above), avocado, and geisha.

Froulard Cardigan from Sublime

Eyelets, diagonals, and zig zags have a mesmerizing effect and create a feeling of movement in this design.  Part of the Spring collection from Sublime, the Froulard Cardigan is knit in Cashmere Merino Silk DK, with four new shades showcased for the coming season- ink, radicchio, pineapple, and spicy (shown above)

Little Judi Shrug by Sublime

Capturing the radiance of a spectacular sunset in Bamboo and Pearls by Sublime.  The Little Judi Shrug makes a cosy transition from day into night.

Delphine Cardigan from Sublime

Ruching is one of the most intriguing pattern details for knitters to try and so much easier than it looks.  Spice up your wardrobe with one of the newest shades in Cashmere Merino Silk DK  from Sublime.

SlipoverVest from Sublime

High voltage colour revs up this classic cable knit slipover in Sublime Cashmere Merino Silk DK, a superior combination of these three luxury fibres.

2 Responses to “Orange Crush”

  1. Pamela says:

    liking the look of SUBLIME this spring. they have really caught my eye over the past few years with great designs and simple instructions to follow for my skill level.

  2. C Mjoliffe says:

    just glimpsed a peek at this post and it made me feel so-o-o-o- ready for spring.

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