New Colourways: The Historic Tower Hill Collection

We all hate Monday mornings, so here at Georgian Bay Fibre Co. we decided that what was better for a Monday morning than featuring colourways. Some weeks it is featuring a colourway from the permanent collection, this week, however, it is adding three new colourways to the permanent collection.

This week, I am releasing the Historic Tower Hill Collection!

All three colourways are now available in the shop. As well, the Tower Hill Shawl kit is available for purchase as well, so you can make this pattern without having too much extra yarn. I will be back tomorrow to talk about the palettes selected for the Tower Hill Shawl Kit.

 

This special collection is inspired by the antique green glass, vintage lace and wrought iron of the Museum on Tower Hill’s collection. The West Parry Sound District Museum opened its doors in 1993 and over time has come to be known as the Museum on Tower Hill due to its unique garden setting. Nestled amongst tall pine trees next to the observation tower overlooking the Town and Harbour, the Museum tells the story of a little town carved out of the great pine forest on the shore of Georgian Bay. The colours of the collection evoke the era when the Ontario Forestry Branch erected the fire observation tower and created and maintained the flower gardens surrounding it.

Vintage Lace

Green Glass

Wrought Iron