Color Help!

 These squares are my "off the grid" knitting project. I knit these when I want a break from another project, when I'm at Coors Field watching the Rockies, when I'm at the lake and relaxing on the boat.  They are for this afghan which I plan to make as a smaller throw.

 True to form, I wandered off from the pattern and am using various designs for the squares including, of course, some from the pattern. This color of light brown-gray is truer than in the first picture, although it is still a bit too dark.

This is as far as I've gotten with color selections for this neutral palette--cream and beigey-ness. I'm thinking of adding one or two more colors, but can't settle on anything. Tried a couple of shades of gray--nope, nope, nope. Tried a rich burgundy--also, nope. Not sure about green. Muted? Medium? Rich?
**What colors would you add for this throw? I really am interested in any suggestions you offer!**


I am reading This Town by Mark Leibovich, which I blogged about here. I am skimming sections of the extended gossip in some parts. However, it is interesting and disconcerting to read about the many barnacles attached to the ship of state.


Amy at love made my home said...

I wonder if a very soft dusky pink would make a nice addition colourwise if you are looking for something else? I like the patterns that you are knitting in and am very impressed that you can make this up without a pattern! xx

Anonymous said...

I'm with Amy, i'd try a soft pink.

Pooch said...

Thanks, Ladies. I like your pink suggestion.

Any others?