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PANTONE 16-1539 TCX or Coral

PANTONE 16-1539 TCX or Coral is a fresh, invigorating and feminine color choice. This vibrant pink-orange hue gets his name from reef fish decorating the bottom of the sea and was already used in the 16th century.  With its eye-catching tones, it comes to no surprise that current trends and styles typically feature this color. Coral never loses appeal, which is why it has stood the test of time.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, May 2022

(Next Catch the Color will be published in June 2022)

PANTONE 18-3944 TCX or Violet Storm

PANTONE 18-3944 TCX also known as Violet Storm, the calm of blue combined with the energy of red creates our sensitive greyish violet. It is a color that is associated with luxury, quality and sophistication. It is a mysterious color, good for places where you’re trying to make the “right” impression.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, April 2022

(Next Catch the Color will be published in May 2022)

PANTONE 17-1506 TCX or Cinder

PANTONE 17-1506 TCX or Cinder, uses dark grey shades- with smokey brown undertones that refer to the smoldering ash left by a fire. Cinder is an earthly natural pigment found everywhere in nature. This color conveys wholesomeness, and make us feel safe & supported. A sense of tradition.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, March 2022

(Next Catch the Color will be published in April 2022)

PANTONE 14-4306 TCX or Cloud Blue

14-4306 TCX or Cloud Blue is an interesting, subtly neutral color. Its specific type of washed-out blue is one of rain and thawing ice. It’s a business-like, intellectual color often found in office floors. Never too imposing and never too boring, Cloud Blue gets the job done by embracing calculated compromise.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, February 2022

(Next Catch the Color will be published in March 2022)

PANTONE 11-0602 TCX or Snow White

With midwinter time approaching, 11-0602 TCX, or Snow White is an excellent color trend choice. It’s a very soft, kind of off-white that’s an good neutral complement to pastel colors. Rejecting the harshness and clinic sterility of full-white, instead Snow White embraces nuance, innocence and sweetness.


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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, January 2022

(Next Catch the Color will be published in February 2022)

PANTONE 19-4030 TCX or True Navy

19-4030 TCX is also known as True Navy, a rainy dark blue with a noticeably gray heaviness to it. Reminiscent of darkened skies during a storm at none, True Navy is a serious and commanding color. As such, it’s no wonder it is often used in fabrics of armed forces or in business suits. In living environments, it denotes gravitas without being too obvious about it.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, December 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in January 2022)

PANTONE 19-3906 TCX or Dark Shadow

19-3906 TCX or Dark Shadow is a black-adjacent gray hinting at power, industry and mystery. It’s an ideal accessory color that introduces solemnity and gravitas to interiors, outfits and products, but it still allows some breathing room as its blackness is not absolute.

 

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, November 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in December 2021)

PANTONE 17-1047 TCX or Honey Mustard

17-1047 TCX is a very distinctive color. Known by its other name Honey Mustard, it fits well with October’s falling leaves, late crop harvests and its ripe fruit. Honey Mustard’s name itself is a good combination of sweetness of harvest and the impending bitterness of colder seasons, and its ambiguity also makes 17-1047 TCX a popular choice in textile and textures.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, October 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in November 2021)

PANTONE 16-5917 TCX or Malachite Green

16-5917 TCX is also known as Malachite Green, named after the carbonate mineral and its distinctive green color. Malachite Green is a color that induces calm and neutrality – hence its frequent use in care institutions or by civil protection agencies. It is also an ornamental color used in jewelry and art, representing nature tempered by civilization.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, September 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in October 2021)

PANTONE 18-1555 TCX or Molten Lava

18-1555 TCX or Molten Lava is a fierce, warm color that commands immediate attention. It’s hard to find a color tone more passionate than this one, and adding it to an interior or room heightens excitement and emotion.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, August 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in September 2021)

PANTONE 18-3415 TCX or Grape Jam

PANTONE 18-3415 TCX or Grape Jam is a color you don’t encounter often in nature. As such, it has a strong link with human civilization and culture, from purple rain to the historical purple worn by Roman emperors. It’s a powerful color that speaks through the ages.


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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, July 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in August 2021)

PANTONE 13-1108 TCX or Cream Tan

PANTONE 13-1108 TCX or Cream Tan is a subtle, non-outspoken color. It’s a great neutral to accentuate remarkable architectural or design elements. You can encounter it anywhere in your daily life, from freshly painted walls to skin tones. It is comforting but not too cool.

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Published by B.I.G. Yarns' Color Development Team, June 2021

(Next Catch the Color will be published in July 2021)

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