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April 12, 2019, 113 comments

The 2019 Homelea Lass Colour Range is here!

Categories: Chunky Crochet, Chunky Knitting, Chunky Yarn, Homelea Lass Happenings

You may have seen a sneak peek in my Instagram stories, and I am thrilled to announce that my complete 2019 colour range is here!

These colours are all dreamed up by me with the hopes that you will love them as much as I have loved creating them. I simply cannot wait to see what you make with these earthy, wholesome and organic tones.

These gorgeous colours spark feelings of vibrant warmth, and long fireside chats. Each one is inspired by the natural world that surrounds us.

Each colour harmonises with the other, and there’s a balance between vibrant colours to brighten your day, and neutral hues to meld into your world. Let’s explore all of them, and discover your favourite.

Each colour is available in the 300g Homelea Bliss skeins, or 100g Homelea Bliss mini skeins for a pop of colour.

 

Rhubarb – new!
Rhubarb is the perfect balance between red and pink. Its ruby hues warm my heart and I feel an inner power and motivation whenever I wear this colour.

 

Cumin – new!
Cumin is a gentle giant, which is full of confidence! It’s best friends with navy and grey, and it’s vibrancy is soothing to the soul. I just want to snuggle up on the lounge with a big chunky blanket made in cumin.

 

Olive
Rooted deeply in the natural world, Olive is grounded and brings spring into winter. It looks good with everything.

 

Mushroom
Mushroom has worked it’s way into my heart. It wraps me in love and tells me that it’s all going to be okay, that I can do everything I dream.

 

Oatmeal
Oatmeal is the unassuming beauty. Her blush tones meld beautifully with Rhubarb and Donkey. This is the colour I reach for when I want a neutral that’s more than neutral.

 

Donkey
The warmth of this grey-brown is comforting. It’s gentle, loving and protective, and wants to share these feelings with you.

 

Natural
Unassuming and glowing, this undyed colour is merino wool at it’s best. This neutral looks good with everything, and is a popular choice.

 

Navy
Navy is the winter colour I reach for instead of black. It’s classic beauty builds confidence and power.

 

Grey
Oh grey, how I love you. I could wear you every day and never grow tired of your modern elegance.

 

Steele Blue
This greyish-blue has become a classic Homelea Lass colour, and it sells out all the time! This heartfelt colour loves long walks on the beach, and stopping for coffee to take in the view.

Steele Blue Homelea Bliss 300g Chunky Yarn Australian Merino Wool | Homelea Lass

Be the first to buy these gorgeous hues this week before they sell out, and start making your winter scarf of cowl before winter arrives.

 

It’s giveaway time!

To celebrate the launch of my new colours, I am giving away a 300g skein of your favourite colour. Simply tell me in the comments below which of the new colours is your favourite and what would you love to make with it for your chance to win!

Entries close on Monday 22nd April and the winner will be announced on Tuesday 23rd April. You have to be in it to win it, so make your comment below – it’s that easy!

I hope you’re looking forward to making with my new colour range as much as I am. I have been so excited to share it with you!

With love, Lynda.

 

Comments

113 responses to “The 2019 Homelea Lass Colour Range is here!”

  1. Kristie says:

    The donkey and navy! The donkey would make such a beautiful throw / blanket! Love it!

  2. Jade says:

    Hi Lynda, I love the Cumin colour! Perfect for autumn winter and I’d make a baby blanket for my babe due any day now!
    P.s also loving the navy, great colour choices!

  3. Katie says:

    I love every color! But I think olive and mushroom are my favorite! I would want to make a throw or even like a bed runner. There’s so many pretty options!

  4. Michelle says:

    I love the Mushroom, i would love to make the pretty Giant Hearts because i am a beginner, hopefully one day i will be able to attempt to make a Giant Scarf. or Bliss Scarf.

  5. Kira says:

    Ohhhh Lynda!!
    These colours are all beautiful, but I think my favourite is Rhubarb! I’d love to make myself a cowl or beanie for winter ❄️

  6. Brooke says:

    Donkey to make a throw so I can snuggle up with my newborn bub this winter!

  7. Veronika says:

    Natural…….. because it is the base of everything in my wardrobe/home and I make the things I use all year round in it. That way it is easy to add seasonal colour as it suits my mood. I have been tossing round the idea of a chunky blanket but haven’t really seen any yarn that I believe, would hold up to the task. The construction of your yarn gives me hope and winning a skein would be the nicest way to find out. Thank you for doing a give away.

  8. Jan says:

    I love the gray! Would love to make a scarf with it. So cozy looking😍

  9. Teresa says:

    Natural of course because it is the basis for everything in my life. Natural food, being surrounded by nature and naturally being in love with life. Its simple and true.

  10. Denise says:

    Rhubarb is my favourite, with Steel Blue so close in second! I see your lovely spring cowl in Rhubarb, ready for all year round wear. A fresh colour with a beautiful spark of life in it!

  11. Liz Nauta says:

    Steele blue & grey would go well in my lounge for a throw – or beige for my chair!

  12. Sera says:

    Geez it’s such a hard choice! The cumin and navy in a cowl. The navy and oatmeal as a couch blanket.

    I. Cannot. Choose!!

  13. Amy says:

    They are all gorgeous colours Lynda!! I love Mushroom the best I think. So hard to decide. I think that I would have to make a cowl or neck warmer ready for winter.

  14. Yolande says:

    Steele Blue 🦋
    I would make a lovely beanie for my son for winter.
    Such lovely colours, very hard to decide, but blue is his favourite.

  15. Amy says:

    They ate all gorgeous colours Lynda!! I love the mushroom best I think. So hard to choose. I would have to make a cowl or neck warmer ready for winter.

  16. Emma says:

    Rhubarb is my fav new colour, would make a gorgeous beanie!

  17. Jan Tottenham says:

    I love all the colors but rhubarb and olive would make a gorgeous throw for me to snuggle up in on cold nights in my caravan x

  18. Rachel King says:

    I love the Mushroom shade and it would make a lovely cozy cowl for next winter!

  19. Alyssa says:

    All colours are so amazing and vibrant!! It’s so hard to just choose one!! However, the Cumin is so amazing, I think it would be perfect for a new scarf to add to my collection this winter!! The navy and grey would also make for a great baby blanket for my new niece.

  20. Maria Andaloro says:

    Rhubarb is absolutely a beautiful color would love to make a blanket with it – its a warm color perfect for the cold nights we have coming as we will hit winter soon!

  21. Hermine says:

    Oatmeal. Lovely warm natural, will compliment just about everything in my wardrobe. Just stunning

  22. Mel says:

    I’d love to make a beanie in Mushroom colour (or any of those gorgeous colours, really!)

  23. Teresa Knittingdancer says:

    Steele Blue I would make a cowl.

  24. Sonja Roberts says:

    So hard to choose but i think the rhubarb. Lv the donkey also and…..
    I’m thinking a throw.

  25. Diana says:

    Oh, these are so lovely. The navy and cumin are my favourites, but I would choose the rhubarb for a weaving for my daughter’s room — I’m halfway through and it’s the perfect colour to complete the little picture. These are all stunning, though.

  26. Brenda says:

    I love the Rhubarb, mushroom and donkey. I think these colours would make a gorgeous throw or blanket 😀

  27. Jo says:

    Definitely the rhubarb…it would crochet up to be a gorgeous warm scarf for winter ❄️

  28. Jenni says:

    I’m loving the look of the rhubarb and the cumin. Would make a gorgeous blanket or scarf

  29. Fiona says:

    The Steele Blue and Navy are beautiful. I’m a beginner and would love to try and crochet my first scarf with some. <3

  30. Amazing colour range!
    Could you imagine all those colours together in a blanket…. Heaven 😍 The Donkey and Oatmeal tho would make a beautiful cowl scarf.

  31. Alison says:

    I would love to make a scrummy cowl from the cumin colour.

  32. Amy says:

    All of the colours are so great! But I can just picture a warm chunky beanie in the donkey colour, ready for winter😍😍

  33. Nathalie says:

    What’s not to love about RHUBARB would make a beautiful cowl and beanie set🧣🧶

  34. Jade Tran says:

    I’ll be making a scarf and have just the perfect outfit to go with it. Navy is my favourite colour of choice! 🙂

  35. Sarah says:

    Olive green for sure. I would use it as part of a weaving to hang on the wall!

  36. Judy Freeman says:

    I love all the colours and a warm winter beanie from them for my next project would be exciting 💜❤️🧡💛💚💙

  37. Sarah says:

    Oh my oh my. They’re all gorgeous. My favourite is cumin. I’d probably make a simple pom pom beanie for myself to warm up to use the grey to mix with some native flora/fauna patterned fabric to make cosy couch cushions.

  38. Sarah says:

    Such a beautiful colour range!! My favourite colours have to be the Mushroom and the Rhubarb. Either colour would be so excellent to crochet some winter woollies for the family (scarves and beanies) 💕

  39. Emma says:

    I would make a chunky beanie with giant Pom Pom in natural or oatmeal

  40. Nicola Yan says:

    Grey – I never thought about crocheting a blanket, but I now really want to try

  41. Melissa says:

    The donkey and the navy are my two must haves

  42. Sara says:

    Oatmeal! I can’t wait to try my hand at a chunky blanket 😻

  43. Jaclyn says:

    It’s so hard to pick just one but I love rhubarb! It’s such a lovely colour & would be perfect for a blanket or throw for the couch! Absolutely in love with the new range!

  44. Jess says:

    As much as I love the navy, natural and oatmeal, I’ll have to choose rhubarb. It reminds me of my lovely great aunt, who has sadly passed away, and how she always used to make rhubarb and apple crumble when I would visit her in NZ!

  45. Alice says:

    Hi Lynda,
    I definitely think your Donkey yarn would make an amazing pullover! I’ve got the perfect pattern in mind- it’ll be my first shot at clothing! 🙂

  46. Grace says:

    Steele blue is my favourite and I would love to create a blanket with it

  47. Ruby says:

    That rhubarb is divine and it’s going to find itself in beanie form on my head!

  48. Ruth says:

    Such gorgeous colours.

  49. Laurelle Nutley says:

    Absolutely love the Cumin warm and welcoming

  50. Kathryn How says:

    I adore the mushroom! It’s so restful. It makes me think of a deep, quiet forest on a late autumn morning. I’d weave it into the big wall hanging I am planning to go over our bed. It would be a part of our lives forever.

  51. Renate says:

    I love the oatmeal…such a versatile colour think it would like fantastic as a throw over my mushroom lounge suite.

  52. Anneliese says:

    Navy

  53. Bec says:

    Mushroom! It’s a beautiful gender neutral colour I would use in one of the blankets I make that go to my local hospital for still born and premature babies.

  54. Chloe says:

    I love the colours! I’d definitely be using them for a mother daughter knitting party!

  55. Devna says:

    Cumin would be my pick. We have a 6 week old , he’s our rainbow baby . I would make a blanket which can be a keepsake for him down the lane

  56. Jo Caller says:

    I’d love to make an infinity scarf! Olive and Mushroom are calling my name BUT I just know that oatmeal will blend in with everyone! 😉

  57. Debbie Satara says:

    Cumin, a beautiful colour perfect for the transition from autumn to Winter. Would love to make a beanie for my mother who has been in and out of hospital 3 weeks out of the last month, it would lift up her spirits.

  58. Victoria Saville says:

    Mushroom or Donkey!
    I’d love to make something for myself. Everything I’ve made so far has been given away and for others so it would be great to have something special for myself!

  59. Susie says:

    Rhubarb – such a delicious warm colour to hang around my neck as a cowl!

  60. Nicole says:

    Oatmeal (and cumin)! To make a striped beanie for me and a matching vest for my puppy. So pup can be warm and cozy for winter beach walks with us at our new home.

  61. Anne Westbrook says:

    The Rhubarb! Wowsers! I’m not usually a red or a pink person. But when I scrolled down to it, I thought how lovely! I’m not sure what I would use it for.

    But my favorite has to be the Cumin! It would make a lovely pillow in my living room and it really cheers me up. It’s bright yellowness is toned down but it’s still so warm.

    Thank you for this giveaway! Good luck everyone but mostly good luck to me because I’d really love that Cumin pillow.

  62. Paula Dickson says:

    Cumin, I’d love to make a chunky throw for my new couch, coming into winter.

  63. Maria Scarpino says:

    Oh how gorgeous they all are – how can one choose just one? The new colors are absolutely beautiful – Rhubarb is so scrumptious and a great color that I would wear – a beanie or a cowl but then Olive is lovely too and it would make a great throw/blanket!!

  64. Anna says:

    Hi Lynda,
    They’re all so beautiful…my top 3 are rhubarb, grey and mushroom. I think I’d pick grey to make an elegant wear with anything cowl. Thanks Anna 🧶

  65. Ali says:

    The new colour range is beautiful! My favourite is donkey, I would love to make a cushion with it.

  66. Lisa Reynolds says:

    A Rhubarb chunky blanket for the lounge is my choice! But I couldn’t stop at one! I’d like a cuddle cardie in grey as well!

  67. Karen says:

    I love Rhubarb and Mushroom !! Mushroom would be a wonderful color for a soft, thick, cozy blanket. ❤️

  68. Caitlyn says:

    Rhubarb 💖 Followed by Olive, Natural and Grey. With a combination of Natural & Grey as the main base, I’d love to make a poncho with these for my partner. I’d use the Olive & Rhubard for pops of colour throughout. A pattern of beautiful wool that’d be sure to make him stand out in a crowd.

  69. Rachel says:

    An Oatmeal Haiku
    A chunky knit cardigan
    Yes please and thank you!

  70. Karen moore says:

    Steele blue of course.. a chunky cowl of Steele blue and grey would be Devine…love all the new colors.

  71. Liz says:

    Love the olive. I’ve never worked with chunky wool so I’d like to mix olive and donkey in a throw to keep my knobbly knees warm!

  72. Kathleen A Bense says:

    Lynda,
    The colors are so pretty, I can think of something different and special to make with every one of them. Rhubarb would make a beautiful sweater for my granddaughter; Steele Blue and Cumin would be a great muffler for my youngest attending South Dakota State University; Olive and Donkey will look wonderful as a Lapghan for my neighbor; finally I would love the Navy, Mushroom, and Oatmeal as a throw for my couch.

  73. Erika says:

    I would love to make a winter scarf out of steele blue, narrow and long with feature pockets knit from cumin for when my hands get super chilly!

  74. Jade Harrington says:

    I love the Steele blue and the grey!
    I’m a complete beginner, but would love to attempt a chunky throw

  75. Victoria says:

    Just the oatmeal. A big yummy gorgeous scarf for me.. wrapped up and resembling an (oatmeal) marshmallow puff is truly how I intend to get through winter. If I can somehow wear a breakfast favourite.. I think I’m good.

  76. Sophie says:

    I LOVE the cumin. I’d love to make a chunky shawl/cowl to add a pop of colour to my winter wardrobe.

  77. Christine says:

    I would have to grab 3 colours. The Cumin, Oatmeal and Navy and put them together in a beanie and cowl set 😍😀 my one colour choice would be Oatmeal.

  78. Hollian says:

    Rhubarb! I would make a bonnet for my daughter 💗✨

  79. Joanne Williams says:

    Love the Mushroom 🍄. It would be made into hat or cowl for this coming winter.

  80. Hannah says:

    Hi Lynda! Love the colour range but particularly fond of the rhubarb. I’ll be making a throw for my Nan’s 93rd birthday next month. She taught me how to knit when I was a child and it’s been our favourite thing to do together since, always with a glass of Brandy handy for Nan of course 😉

  81. Elizabeth says:

    Oh definitely the Navy! It’s so hard to find a true Navy shade in a chunky quality yarn. I’d buy extra to make a throw for my new couch xx

  82. Pattie Cowan says:

    Oh, that Rhubarb! It’s just asking to be a snuggly cowl!

  83. Leisa says:

    I love Cumin. I am currently loving the mustard trend, truth be told I’ve loved it for years, even before it was trendy! Now mustard tones are popular, I’m including in both my home-wears and wardrobe.. and I absolutely love a mustard and Navy combo. Would love to create something beautiful with the cumin yarn!

  84. Tracy Wright says:

    I looove the Cumin. It would make a beautiful beanie or cowl that would brighten my winter wardrobe. They are all gorgeous though.

  85. Jacinta says:

    Love all the colours in this range!! Perfect for weaving 😁

  86. Susan says:

    I like the rhubarb. Its ready to make a home accessory as my accent piece. Plus it would look super delicious in a rainbow.

  87. Amanda says:

    Oh my! So hard! They are all so beautiful! Mushroom, Donkey, Ruhbarb, Grey! But I look at all of the gorgeous colours and I’m “drawn” to the Cumin! I just feel like that’s the one! 💛🌻

  88. Clara says:

    I absolutely love mushroom!!! 😍😍 I would make a chunky cabled beanie – would look incredible in that hue and be a different splash of colour to the winter winter wardrobe!

  89. Dawn says:

    Love the rhubarb it would look great crocheted into a beanie, so warm for Winter 😍

  90. Jessica says:

    I love the rhubarb and donkey for a gorgeous, warm jumper to use this winter whilst eating rhubarb crumble!

  91. Mansi says:

    Navy and oatmeal is my favorite 😍 would love to make a blanket of that combination for my happy winter’s❤

  92. Amanda says:

    Oops! I forgot to mention what I would make with the Cumin yarn. . I’d crotchet a scarf/cowl! 😉💛

  93. Tanya Chappell says:

    Oh my goodness Lynda! They are all delicious, and my favourite has to be Rhubarb. It just makes my heart sing ❤

  94. Jaden says:

    I love all the colours but i think in would use the colours Donkey, natural and gray the most

  95. Stacey Dwyerb says:

    The grey. I would make a beautiful infinity scarf with it. Perfect for this cold Melbourne weather which is already upon us. The knitting choices to use it with are endless !!

  96. Angela Taylor says:

    I would Love to make a chunky throw for my bed in Rhubarb, Divine colours 🤩🤩

  97. Lena says:

    Rhubarb and oatmeal for a cute new winter scraf, loooove the whole portfolio though, many ideas coming to mind when I see the beautiful colours on display.

  98. Angy says:

    Cumin and rhubarb I’ll
    crochet a beautiful scarf

  99. Yolanda says:

    These colours are all so beautiful! Definitely a hard choice to choose just one colour , but Rhubarb would make a gorgeous comfy winter beanie.

  100. Yolanda says:

    These colours are all so so amazing. Such a hard choice to choose just one, I’d love to make a gorgeous fluffy winter beanie in Rhubarb 💚

  101. Ariel says:

    I love the Navy and would for sure make something Harry Potter related! Maybe a scarf inspired by Dumbledores robes? Or dobby socks? Or start a Weasley inspired jumper?! So many cool options! ⚡️✌🏻

  102. SHARON WHITNEY says:

    Mushroom would be perfect to make the throw my granddaughter has been asking granny for

  103. Amy says:

    My favourite colour is the grey and i would love to make a beanie with it as the cooler months start to arrive 💜

  104. Delisa says:

    I love the mushroom colour and I’d make a beanie for myself. Perfect for winter.

  105. Helen says:

    Green is my colour so the new Olive – would b the start of a throw rug – 💚💚💚 it – good luck everyone

  106. Susan says:

    It would have to be rhubarb. I love all your colours – and have made something with virtually all of them!! -so I would love to play with a new colour. It’s such a lovely deep mix of red and pink – my favourite colours! I could see this as a gorgeous scarf that I wear to make any outfit come alive!

  107. Shannon Herley says:

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Rhubarb! I have severe alopecia and am essentially bald. As we’re coming into winter here in Australia, and my noggin gets pretty chilly, I would make a beanie!!!!
    ❤️❤️❤️ Shannon

  108. Mary Kaster says:

    I would love the natural to make a scarf for me.

  109. Andi says:

    Hello, I’d have to say mushroom it’s a beautiful colour however I always love natural because it goes with everything, or perhaps donkey, just because the name “donkey” is so cute! All of the colours are beautiful !

  110. Wendy McCue says:

    I just adore the Grey and would knit a soft toy with it (perhaps a whale?) for my new darling granddaughter. xx

  111. Pauline Ghanem says:

    I fell in love and it was grey.
    I fell into rhubarb and it invaded my dreams.
    Steel Blue took my breathe away as it reminded me of when you were a baby, tiny and in my arms.
    I would crochet a blanket in the steel blue so my son could wrap around his own baby one day and we make it a heirloom to cherish forever.

  112. I like the green and the rhubarb. great colors hard to decide.

  113. Jessica Ward says:

    I think I love rhubarb the best, followed closely by Steele blue! A scarf would be so nice with this!

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