Foliage & Fungi - Fall Forest Inspired Yarn Color Palette
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Foliage & Fungi – A Fall Forest Inspired Yarn Color Palette Collection

When autumn returns to the forest you will find most foliage turning brown, oak leaves will turn copper,  and quaking aspens turn glistening gold. Every year you will find the same beautiful colors as the trees shed their leaves and the world of fungi begins to emerge. Year after year the cycle repeats and the forest lives on.

I was looking out my kitchen window at the old tree next door when I noticed some wood-like fungus growing out of it. But I found myself completely ignoring all the beautiful familiar fall leaves and studying the intricacies of some strange new fungus attached to a decaying tree trunk. I was inspired.

Autumn is the perfect time for the fungi, as the cold moist conditions are not only the easiest time to spot them, but their favorite time to grow. How many different types of fungi can you find on your next foliage and fungi forest walk? Everyone should definitely go on a Foliage & Fungi Forest Walk! Yup!

I was very inspired this autumn to create my newest yarn color palette collection, Foliage & Fungi. I definitely wanted to work with mushrooms in some way as I find them really interesting to look at and absolutely delicious to eat. I couldn’t stray far from fall though and had to pay homage to the foliage we find feeding the forest floor year after year.

The 2022 Foliage & Fungi Yarn Color Palette collection will guide you in choosing what yarn color palettes work best for your upcoming fall themed crochet or knit projects. This collection consists of 3 foliage themed yarn color palettes, and 3 fungi inspired palettes. All 6 palettes offer 2 yarn options true to color in 2 separate yarn weights. For even more organized crochet project planning,  please check out my project planner printables here!

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Falling Foliage

These autumn foliage palettes create that nostalgic fall feeling we look for every year as October starts. The three foliage palettes feature several shades of red, brown and green, with subtle pops of those teal,  and sky blue.

This fall spruce palette offers colors that would be perfect for any holiday table decor.

Paintbox Yarns Simply Aran (aran #4).

Lily Sugar ‘n Cream Solids (medium #4).

This oak leaves palette features bright bold colors with a nostalgic fall feel.

Stylecraft Special Chunky (chunky #5).

Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino (sport #2).

You can find these yarns on Lovecrafts website if you’re interested.

Lets try this earth tone palette. Perfect for your more beach themed projects such as blankets or fun wall hangs.

Valley Yarns – Northampton (aran #4).

Lion Brand – Heartland (aran #4).

You can find these yarns on Amazon here if you’re interested.

Forest Fungi

My forest inspired fungi palettes are meant to show you the beauty in fungi. In sharp contrast to the darker foliage palettes, here I really tried to brighten up things with several shades of gold, green, brown and pops of red and blue. Enjoy.

This palette offers 4 stunning colors that would be perfect for any blanket or maybe a fall poncho pattern.

Cascade 220 Aran (aran #4).

Malabrigo Rios (aran #4).

You can find these yarns on Lovecrafts website if you’re interested.

This inviting fall palette offers rich fall colors that would be perfect for a warm granny square sweater. Good luck!

Bernat Softee Chunky (super bulky #6).
Berroco Vintage (aran #4).

Need more organization? Check out my crochet project planners!

One last fun fungi palette! Something about teal to burgundy just screams fall. Maybe you could make a set of hand warmers with matching head band!

Cascade 220 Superwash DK (Light #3).
Schachenmayr Catania (sport #2).

You can find these yarns on Lovecrafts website if you’re interested.

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