A semisolid to represent the use of the color gold with the suffrage cause. During the United States of America's centennial celebrations of 1876, suffrage supporters sang "The Yellow Ribbon" that associated the color with the "flame of freedom's fires".
This color is lovely paired with many of our other colorways but is also intentionally designed to work with Votes for Women as a semisolid compliment.
Shown here on Bounce & Stomp.
Our colorways are dyed to order. Each and every order is hand dyed on the yarn base of your choice just for you. Dyeing our colorways to order allows you to get exactly what yarn base you want in exactly the quantity you need in the same dyelot. Please allow us time to complete your order, we keep the front page of the shop updated with time to complete & it is also available at the bottom of each product page. Please see the yarn base menu for the full range of choices. To learn about the yarns, please see the information here.
Due to variations between monitors, color images displayed here are an approximate representation. None of the colorways created by Nerd Girl Yarns are endorsed by, imply endorsement or have or imply an official connection with characters, films or rightsholders they are inspired by.