On a beautiful morning in Oklahoma,
I strolled the grounds of a historic home. Now an art museum.
The gardens were lush.
The fountains beguiling.
The koi fetching.
The lily pads magical.
The gazebo beckoning.
The butterflies bashful.
As I enjoyed the quiet morning of solitude, I began to wonder...
Could I make that into a colorway?
Look at that texture and detail. Could I make that into a colorway?
And then, Is there any way I could paint that in my dining room?
Would that match my dining room table?
Then, inspiration struck like a thunderclap.
Three Irish Girls: The Alabaster Collection.
I could dye the yarn ivory!
Yes, the Alabaster Collection!
Yarn dyed ivory!
I'm certainly glad I documented these shades of alabaster perfection.
I wouldn't stand a chance of being able to replicate them once I got back to the studio.
Clearly, I am a genius.
After the release of the Alabaster Collection, perhaps I'll make this into a colorway.
Now, let's talk about things I will not make into a colorway.
I know this is disappointing. I know you were desperately hoping for a colorway inspired by distorted, talking, face videos that say things like, "Hey, get off me!" projected onto fiberglass shapes.
I'm also sorry to report that I will also not be creating colorways from these.
No glow-in-the-dark-anatomically-correct-alien-butterflies, no sir.
They won't play well in Peoria. Or Tulsa.
Also, there are just some things up with which I will not put.
You can go back to bed now, I've got everything under control.