Tobermory Shoreline

As fast as we headed north yesterday we are heading back down south today to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula to enjoy the Flower Pot Islands and the shoreline of Tobermory. This colour is a rich teal with blue and turquoise undertones.

This colour may seem familiar to you, and it should. This is the reincarnation of the Spring Sky colourway from this past spring collection. I realized then that this colour needed to stay, but it needed to have a different name, and ultimately it inspired this entire Shades of the Bay collection. Only two more colours to go after this, and then before you know it, the fall collection will be released!

Tobermory Shoreline

A teal-blue that is as deep and complex as the shoreline of Tobermory. 

On the north tip of the Bruce Penninsula, Tobermory is a small community with a big view. With unique geological features like the Flower Pot Islands and some of the finest shipwrecks in Canada, the area has long been a popular tourist destination. However, what makes Tobermory special is the simple beauty of the sparkling, clear waters of Georgian Bay shining a brilliant blue against the granite shoreline.