We just launched this new pattern, Twisp 5, in our Spring Collection. I was thinking about making something thin that would go great on stairs. We tried several combinations to come up with this group of ribbed stripes.
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I've been wanting to expand beyond the standard colors of cotton that we use for the warp (vertical yarns). We've created a couple of new patterns that use wool for the warp, a combination of thin white and thick dark grey natural. It gives a great texture to the background color group. This one is called Ocean's Wake.
With this weave structure, a bit of the pattern color shows up in the background. You can see this more clearly in the stripe version below. When the triangle is turquoise, the background shape has a little turquoise in it.
If we wanted to get rid of that effect, we could make long floats on the back. But I think it's part of the charm.
This pattern is called Transit and it's a non directional take on our Pueblo pattern. The more dense arrow shapes create a interesting and dynamic horizontal stripe.
See below an older Pueblo sample with arrows going one direction. It's more of an all over pattern.