One of the things working in a series does is make me push the limits of my comfort zone.
I don't have an intuitive understanding of colour, rather I have had to work at it by experimenting. Mostly I have had to take a deep breath and just jump into the deep end.
Sometimes I have been very pleased. Other times? Not so much.
As I begin to run low on colours, though not yarn, I am being forced to be more and more adventurous in terms of the colours I am putting into this series of towels. My challenge in particular is to use up a whole lot of the two ply cotton stub and linen yarn I inherited from my friend. Since the yarn is so brown, I have been sticking to the more neutral beige yarns as much as possible. But I'm running out of the variegated yarn I'm using as the accent colour so I finally came up with this combination this afternoon.
Only time - and weaving it - will tell if I've made a good choice. Sometimes you just have to throw caution, and doubt, to the Winds!