Color tells story.
What makes it great?
Did you know, and if you don't your skin does with a certainty, that flow is happiness and happiness flow? Axelle de Sauveterre chooses Mongolian- and Italian-spun cashmere that has the liquidity to carry, and be carried by, hands: by the body.
The texture of a Sauveterre yarn tells the story of solace, saves what is savory in the traditional and smoothes the sensations that might be marred by modern shall-we-say distractions? Distinguish for yourself what is fine from what is lesser and reductive, give yourself the visual pleasure of natural variation, hand-dyed work for the hands: working with these yarns, you can enter into the ongoing story of what makes things fine. Soothe your senses with the assurance that you are participating in something long that continues to take shape. Explore, and create for yourself the serpentine path that winds and binds your moments to that blessed continuity, connection to great conventions. Time is best when claimed. Loops are what we have in common. Feeling brittle can be blessedly salved by the beautiful. Take and knit. Contemplate your yarn, and let Sauveterre's color palette give you something to savor: you'll find your story.