Late last week Pantone announced their color of the year. it’s called Greenery and is a light, bright spring green. I’m not surprised I was just noticing how this color is showing up in several of my scarfs.
Taking my cue from them, this color looks fantastic with navy, bright aqua, burgundy, all shades of pink, and lots more.
Adding a bit of it to a mostly dark color scheme really makes it pop.
Pantone calls it a revitalizing and refreshing shade symbolic of new beginnings. You can explore Greenery on their site. There you can find colors they suggest to pair with Greenery, giving you some ideas for great needlepoint color schemes.
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What a great idea. I went to the website. Everyone should visit. They have different groupings of
color combinations. What a good way to get color combinations for non-representational needlepoint projects. Thanks, Janet, for passing this on to readers/needlers