Watt Nannyberry

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Watt Nannyberry

22.00

This purple is dark and deep, with warm tones making it flattering and comfortable. 

With the finest farmland in Muskoka, Watt Township was named for James Watt, the Scottish inventor of the steam engine. Nearly 1/3rd of the area of Watt was water, in the form of lakes and streams, and it had significant frontage on Lake Rosseau. Today, the region still boasts productive farms, and the community of Windermere, which is home to many seasonal and year-round residents.

Please note: The nature of this colourway results in the fact that the dye never fully exhausts. If you are concerned about bleeding it is not suggested to use this for high contrast colourwork.

 

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