Name Our New Self Striping Supersock Yarn Colorways – ROUND 2!

If you’re new here (where have you been?! We’ve been waiting!) then head over to this post to learn all about how you guys helped us to pick the 9 Peru yarns we will keep. Now they need names! Once all of the yarn has been named, one entrant will be selected to win a $100 gift cart to the Potluck Yarn Store!

The last color has a name! The winner is:


Coven's Crystal Cavern


Congratulations JanPick for your fabulous name! Could you be the person to name the next color?

The next yarn in need of a name is:




To name colorways, you do not have to know the knitting witches or have read the first book, but it would be very helpful!  Remember, these yarns are dyed by the knitting witches of Potluck Yarn so a name like Fossicker’s Treasure is going to get a higher rating than Treasure Island.

You might want to look over our Character Bios, Maps of the Middlelands and Bordertown - or you can download the new E-book and give it a quick read to get a thorough understanding of the story! Plus you can find tons of information on our blog posts, of course!

To name the yarn simply leave your name pick as a comment on this post! The yarn will be nameable for only TWO DAYS, and on Friday we’ll have a new color to name!

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32 comments on “Name Our New Self Striping Supersock Yarn Colorways – ROUND 2!
  1. LuAnn Erdman says:

    Banebridge Garden

  2. Meghan O'Rourke says:

    Emerald Highlands or
    Emerald Highland’s Shadows

  3. Pam Pastiva says:

    Hawai’i's Rain Forest

  4. Kathy Danis says:

    Gaden greenery

  5. Kathy Danis says:

    Sorry I will try this again, garden greenery

  6. says:

    Frog Belly

  7. Sue Davidson says:


  8. Jessica McCutcheon says:

    The Garrisson Gardens

  9. Frances says:

    Sanguine Lime

  10. Nancy Foster says:

    Greens of Garrison

  11. Janice says:

    Esmeralde’s sagebrush

  12. elenor reuter says:

    spring garden

  13. Catherine Palumbos says:

    Middleland meadows

  14. Tanja says:

    Indigo’s Greenhouse

  15. Julie S says:

    Esmeralde’s Possibles

  16. Carlene Paquette says:

    Fresh Fern Fronds

  17. Jessica Dobbs says:

    Emerald Treetops

  18. ikkinlala says:

    A Quiet Moment in the Dell

  19. Kinsley says:

    Verde Tails of Dervish

  20. Kathy Danis says:

    Emerald evergreen

  21. Andi says:

    Mamie’s Memories

  22. Stephanie Petra says:

    Fresh Garden Herbs

  23. Amy Drees says:

    Tea Time for Indigo Rose

  24. Michelle Ng says:

    Runne Riverbank(s)

    Plural or singular form.

  25. Amy W. says:

    Indigo’s Garden Green

  26. Marie says:

    Bounty of the Earth Goddess

  27. Vanessa says:

    Not sure if I can do more than one, but I was thinking:

    City Center Park
    Citadel Topiary

  28. Lisa says:

    Trader’s Treasure

  29. Cel Stevens says:

    Tasman’s Envy

  30. Pamela says:


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