Colourways

My Oscha… throws preorder

Introduction: 26 January 2018

The second preorder of the My Oscha preorder group that first did a mug preorder. This preorder features throws and baby blankets on the “Frost”
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Ithildin

Introduction: 11 November 2016

“Named for the substance made from Mithril, Ithildin is used to create magical inscriptions which are only revealed when the correct incantation is said in the reflected light of the Moon and stars.”
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Roesse

Introduction: 3 May 2016

Roesse

Sundara Roesse gets its name from Roesse fuchsias, a type of fuchsia hybridised by Carel Roes (The Netherlands). Fuchsia’s are known for their vibrant magenta/pink/purple flowers.
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Midnight

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Midnight

Midnight is the transition time period from one day to the next: the moment when the date changes. In ancient Roman timekeeping,
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Ismay

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Ismay

Ismay is a name, meaning ‘esteemed’ or ‘beloved’. It is said to be derived from ‘aestimatus’ meaning esteemed, or ‘amatus’
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Amity

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Amity

Amity means ‘friendship’. Derived from the Latin ‘amicitas’ and ‘amicus’ which means ‘friend’. For a long time, the other wrap named Amity was the first Starry Night,
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Islay

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Islay

Islay (aɪljə/ eye-lə; Scottish Gaelic: Ìle, pronounced [ˈiːlə]) is the southernmost island of theInner Hebrides of Scotland. Known as “The Queen of the Hebrides”, 
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Ecru

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Ecru

No poetic names yet, just a simple colour description of the warp and weft colours used for this wrap.
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Fiend Angelical

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Fiend Angelical

The 2016 additions to the Romeo and Juliet collection are all named by phrases from Shakespeare’s play. The term Fiend Angelical appears to be an oxymoron,
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