Pride - White Flag
White flags are used as a symbol of surrender, truce or partley because white cloths were common at the time (late 1800's) and were highly visibility against natural backgrounds. My inspiration for this colorway name was the surrender to offer the bases in their natural or "white" form.
Pride is the yarn we turn to when the occasion calls for something extra special. With just a hint of stellina, Pride works up into pieces with understated sparkle -- perfect for holidays but not over the top for everyday wear. A glittering shawl, sparkly, skinny stripes on a sweater? Even your toes can twinkle -- with 20% nylon, Pride is hard-wearing enough for socks.