Monday, June 23, 2008

Color

Sorry to have been silent. After a month of much travel and more than a little work, my body rebelled and collapsed. So I've kept still. Keeping still is, I have learned, the surest cure for whatever ails me.

It's sad that stillness is so out of fashion these days. Exhausted is where it's at. The way some ancient cultures made a personal display of their material wealth, today we're expected to festoon ourselves with anxiety brought on by careers, children, politics. I was privy to a conversation recently in which someone said he didn't trust anybody who looked relaxed in this day and age, because that person was clearly out of touch with the world.

So be it. I spent the first three decades of my life struggling to be a serious, engaged person. It was highly unpleasant, both for me and for those who had to deal with me. I endeavor daily to become less mature.

You can see some of it in how I dress.

I spent my college years and quite a bit of time after living in Boston, land of earth tones. I will never forget the first time I strolled through the Back Bay wearing my first biker jacket. People stared. People pointed–and not out of admiration. It was then that I realized I was not, and was never going to be, a real Bostonian. It only took me eleven years. I'm often slow on the uptake.

Chicago is a great deal less concerned with how one dresses, which has allowed me gradually to reclaim the things I set aside when I went to college. Color is chief among them.

Not that I walk around Lakeview in a purple beret and a pink ascot. One has one's limits, and you can't undo the habits of a decade in an eyeblink. I have fifteen identical plain, black t-shirts in the closet. But more and more stuff is turning up like the green socks. Oh, those green socks. They truly were buds heralding the arrival of spring. In my case, a long overdue spring.

Still, when Beth Casey of Lorna's Laces suggested that I be part of her new "Color Commentary" series, I had to laugh. "Color Commentary" is a line of colorways designed by and named for bloggers. I'm in high company. Grumperina was first, and coming down the pike for the next several months will be many others, all far more notable than I.

My first thought was that five shades of black would not make for a particularly fun skein, except perhaps among the Goth Knit set–and I wouldn't want Zabet and friends to think I'm trying to muscle in on their territory.

I looked around the apartment and through my "design morgue" of inspiring stuff (postcards, magazine clippings, etcetera) and realized that William Morris's palette is the one that really makes my head spin. On the outside, I'm wearing black; but in my heart I truly am a greenery-yallery, Grosvenor Gallery sort of fellow.

So after much fooling about in the dye pots Beth took my favorite Morris wallpaper, Pimpernel,

Pimpernel

and arranged the key tones into a colorway that works in Lorna's Laces skein.

Ladies and gents, for your consideration I present "Franklin's Panopticon."

Lorna's Laces Ad Redux

Ahem. Sorry about that. Her modeling gig was part of the deal.

Another, less exuberant view:

Franklin's Panopticon Skeins

I'm in the midst of knitting a small garment for a small person with two skeins of the Shepherd Worsted, and so far I like the way the colors play together in stockinette.

Lorna's Laces Swatch

You can get it in sock, worsted and lace weights from Lorna's Laces retailers both traditional and online. I'll show you soon what I'm making out of the dreamy Shepherd Worsted.

Once I dreamed of being a playwright and having a theater named after me. Instead I became a knitter and there's a colorway named after me.

This is better.

123 comments:

Pork With Bones said...

What a lovely choice of colours — and what a brilliant idea on Lorna's Laces part! A surefire way to get their yarns blogged about.

PICAdrienne said...

Oh, I am guessing young Miss Abigail gets to be the first wearing Uncle Franklin's colorway. I like it very much.

Tikabelle said...

Oh, it's lovely! I do love me some William Morris palette. Your Good Taste (TM) continues to shine through, dear.

Erica said...

Congrats - that is totally better than a theater!

Heather said...

Wow, gorgeous. Franklin's Panopticon is made up of all my favorite colors.

This creating colorways based on individual knitters thing is pretty cool.

muoriska said...

Oooo-ooh. Franklin, what have I done to deserve it?
You just swepped my feet off. Luckily I was sitting on my chair..
Thanks, although my visa won't thank you.

lizbon said...

Neato. If I ever get my own colorway I think it'll have to hit the neon notes, though.

SM said...

"today we're expected to festoon ourselves with anxiety brought on by careers, children, politics". Guilty as charged...! Thankyou - that's really got me thinking.

Linuxwitch said...

Conspicuous consumption of time and materials. So true. It makes me extra glad that I don't follow that racket - even in the yarn world.

The new yarn colorway is great - Very Franklin. :)

Annash said...

I wonder what slobbering does to one's keyboard. That's a beautiful colourway and I don't think I've ever seen Dolores looking so stunning.

Well done, all of you!

Hazy said...

What a beautiful colorway - what a cool thing to call your own. Definitely better than a dusty old theatre.

jill said...

You had me at "William Morris," my dear - congratulations.

Sean said...

spectacular! what a lovely color and a really wonderful tribute! I'm quite impressed!

Emily said...

Honestly, this has been my favorite of all our new colorways. Your pictures of it are lovely, too!

Carol said...

Love it! If you really want to push yourself on color, try the colorway Scout's Swag made for me last year based on Jackson Pollock's Convergence painting. Gorgeous! (http://scoutsswag.com/gallery/images/larger/convergence_LRG.jpg)

Rudee said...

Although the beginning of this story was sad, you ended on a high note. Your colorway is perfect and sings to me.

a simple yarn said...

I'll add my congrats to the pack for the colourway...well done!

So, not being able to relate to a 'named-after-me' colourway, I shall say that I resonate with your first point about the lack of stillness. What did I read this morning? Moms need multiple doses of coffee, revved up soda and energy drinks just to make it through the day? Having just moved back to the US after years in a more laid-back Europe, that's a sad commentary on the state of things.

Ah sure, much too serious a topic for a lovely Tuesday morning. Need to hunt up a purple beret...

Shell said...

Very pretty, the colors are magnificent. I can't wait to get my hands on some of it.

whitknits said...

How cool, to have a colorway created especially for you! And oh my goodness, those are basically my favorite colors ever.

Bobbi said...

It's beautiful! Tom did an excellant job of describing the colors. Congrats on becoming "elite"! (Much further reaching than a theatre.)

Joel Derfner said...

Oh, how utterly fabulous!

Sandra said...

Nice! Actually, beyond nice - it's just the colours I would choose.
Must have socks in this colourway.

CrazyCatMadame said...

Delores looks fabulous! Such a lovely colorway - I must get my hands on it soon.

It was a pleasure meeting you at the Harlot Chicago Redux. My DD Helen thanks you for taking your picture with her too! ;-)

soxanne said...

Must. buy. yarn.

Steph said...

Congratulations Franklin! That's wonderful. I can't wait to see it in person.

karen! said...

Fantastic! I can't wait to get my hands on some. Shepherd Sock, I think. Not to figure out the perfect pattern...

no-blog-rachel said...

Oh purty! Love those colors.

Sweet Camden Lass said...

Gosh, it's beautiful. Now to track down someone who'll ship it to the UK! ~x~

MX said...

SO cool! AND fabulous colors, yihaw!!!!!

Elysbeth said...

Must Have!

Hope you are feeling better.

Lee Ann said...

Thank you for confirming for me that Boston is, indeed, the land of the earth tones. Did I ever tell you about the bright yellow suit I wore for my first job in Boston? I actually had someone stop me and thank me for wearing it one very grey morning. The biker jacket was more appropriate in Somerville...

Which is why I wore it to my job at Harvard every day. :-)

Rock the sock, sugar. That colourway, she's a beauty.

Kendra said...

Franklin, I always enjoy reading your blog. But what got me off my butt to comment is the Patience reference you slipped in -- it made me smile.

And Dolores looks very good in Franklin's Pantopticon.

Tante J said...

Absolutely stunning! And the yarn isn't bad either.

meg said...

I love it. I'm going to go looking for my own skein.

Jack said...

Franklin, Franklin, Franklin . . .

A man's ascot and beret must always match!

Rosa said...

I love the combination of colors. It is truly a great contribution. May it sell a ton. Congrats!

Ann (yet another) said...

I like the colorway a lot! Very tempting in the sock department. In fact, I think someone should make you some socks with it, just to see if yo would wear something other than grey or black man-color socks.

And you were hanging out in the wrong section of Boston! If you had skipped over the river, there are a few places where that jacket would have snagged a few fans. Of course there were other spots where it would have gotten you beaten up. And a true Bostonian would not have pointed. Wince, maybe, but not point.

Cindy in Happy Valley said...

Dynamite colorway....and might I also suggest that it is the sparkling color(s) of Ohiopyle in the summer.

My DH loves color and looks superb in both his pink and eye popping orange dress shirts. I think it's just a matter of attitude! IMHO, it takes a gentleman with great aplomb to be confident in such colors and you certainly belong to that club!

Roggey said...

Congratulations! What a beautiful colorway, too!

Lynette said...

i love your colors! i must visit the local LYSs to see where it's being carried.

Steph said...

Beth Casey is a genius for coming up with such a great idea!
Your colorway is beautiful, Franklin.

JoVE said...

You're right. It is better. And your thoughts on stress as the conspicuous consumption of our age are spot on. I've decided to leave that game, too. Much healthier.

Lynn said...

You must be so thrilled!

Sorry to hear about the beret & ascot, though. I thought it would be a sure way to spot you when I come to Chicago in August.

KnitNana said...

LOVE it!
Congratulations!!!
(((hugs)))

Sue said...

ooh I neeeeed that colorway!
must.have.beautiful.colors.

anne marie in philly said...

WOW!

now THAT colorway I would buy!

the exceptional niece abigail must be getting the garment pictured. has her first birthday already passed, or is it coming up soon?

doing absolutely nothing (except knitting) is fun and relaxing. more people should do it.

smooches! :-)

wenchlette said...

*grabby hands*

DO WANT.

angelina in oakland, ca said...

Three cheers for un-aging! I am the oldest of three kids, and a Capricorn (believers and unbelievers, harken unto my words - a serious little goat have I been!) and I do not believe that I really started learning to be a kid until I was in my early 30's. My first attempt at it in my late 20's was really more...nevermind...not the point. Anyway, congratulations on the stillness and color, and on your very own colorway- it is beautiful.

Glad you're rested up and I'm sorry for every time I've been disappointed in your not-blogging. I just *missed* you!!!

angelina

sue said...

I LOVE it! What a lovely thing to have a colorway named after you!

meliabella said...

A well deserved honor. Great color selection. :)

Suzanne said...

I'm lucky enough to have seen and held your LL's colourway at TNNA. It was an honor and it is strikingly beautiful. Good for you, Franklin. Your Montana fans say "well deserved".

Romi said...

Wonderful!

And I'm with you on trying to be less mature. There is too much worry in the world, and nothing to be done about most of it. So we might as well play. :g:

tersa said...

Like you, I've been venturing further afield in my color choices through my socks.

Saying that, I absoluely LOVE your LL colorway. It hits some of my favorite color combinations (green/brown, blue brown) and goes well together. I'm definitely going to be looking for it at my LYS or asking them to order some!

Mary said...

Franklin, first I love your colors -- all of them. Second, thank you for saying what you did today about resting and the fashion of the rest of society today. I really needed to hear that. I've had to fight for time to rest and it's been getting a little ugly lately. Gotta love our parents, they want so much for us, but man if the particular one I am dealing with would trust me that I need to rest and this is not a bad thing! It's not bad socio-culturally speaking and it's not bad for my career nor my health. Sigh. Thank you. I did need to hear you say it too.

alterknit said...

That's gorgeous yarn! I love the colours - gonna get me some...

Catie said...

ooo, I like the colours very much

Rosi G. said...

Franklin!! Dem is mah colours!!! I'm SO THERE!!

(next paycheck! LOL)

TO in SP said...

Bailey says:

Sit

Stay

Heal

Gabrielle said...

Oooh, lovely, lovely, lovely.

You know, I think that your colourway may have just broken through my recent and pathetic, yarn ennui and apathy.

DutchJan said...

Franklin on your feet.....
that's really SEXY!!!

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the colorway. It is very beautiful.

It is always interesting to me to read in blogs about the hectic, unforgiving atmosphere and expectations prevalent in many places. It's been so long since I lived in that world, that my response is something like "Oh yeah, I forgot that it is like that out there in those parts." If you would like to escape the US culture that doesn't believe in rest and relaxation, you don't need to leave the country. If you leave big cities behind and travel to small towns, you may find it. Despite your experiences in Indiana, many small towns are not small minded. Also, travelling further west lands you in more mellow terrain. I earnestly wish you the best of luck incorporating the peace you seek in Chicago. Also, perhaps you could find a nice little spot a few hours away in Wisconsin to visit.

Anonymous said...

Congrats on the colorway. It is very beautiful.

It is always interesting to me to read in blogs about the hectic, unforgiving atmosphere and expectations prevalent in many places. It's been so long since I lived in that world, that my response is something like "Oh yeah, I forgot that it is like that out there in those parts." If you would like to escape the US culture that doesn't believe in rest and relaxation, you don't need to leave the country. If you leave big cities behind and travel to small towns, you may find it. Despite your experiences in Indiana, many small towns are not small minded. Also, travelling further west lands you in more mellow terrain. I earnestly wish you the best of luck incorporating the peace you seek in Chicago. Also, perhaps you could find a nice little spot a few hours away in Wisconsin to visit.

Darci said...

Phew, thank goodness now I do not have to go through the whole "a bit more green, perhaps a tad less blue, ohhh loving the brown" Thanks for all of the work.

tricotchick said...

Oh, it's lovely! So much has come your way in the past year Franklin. Kudos!!

Linda said...

Does being still take discipline for you? It does for me. As much as I crave calm and stillness, I find it very hard to achieve partly because I just can't seem to let it happen. It's not just others demanding my time, it's ME demanding my time to do *something* whenever I have a spare moment. I guess all that zazen work you've been doing is paying off. And congrats on the colorway. I love it!

Sock Knitter said...

AWESOME! CONGRATS!!!

A book and now this?? It seriously could not happen to a nicer person, Franklin ;)

LuuLuu said...

Love it! And Delores looks smashing, even more than usual in that fab colorway.
I immediately rang my LYS and ordered 2 skeins for myself in sock-y goodness. Whee!

Diane T said...

What a lovely honor for a knitter -- your very own colorway. If it were mine, I'd buy a bunch and give some to all my friends. Can I be your friend?

Seriously, congratulations. Great colors.

alala said...

Beautiful.

Valkryie Knit This said...

Oh, how cool is that? That's like.. the best thing ever in my mind. :) Congrats! I'm totally going to have to pick up a couple skeins. Too bad you don't get a percentage of the sales. :)

Twisted Knitter said...

The sock yarn leaves me breathless! I must have some.

mwknitter said...

Gorgeous - but there is nothing on LL's website about your colorway or Grumperina's (or the new colorways shown on the LL blog either). So I guess we'll have to wait. I thought of you when I saw this article in today's Trib: http://tinyurl.com/5u76ko

silverarrowknits said...

That is so cool!

=Tamar said...

Ooh. That is pretty. It'll be like wearing a spring garden in winter. I may have to get some of that. (Yea for G&S!)

Stephanie said...

gorgeous colorway, Franklin :) I'll look forward to knitting it myself :D

Michelle said...

I've never commented before, but thank you for your words on being still. I have to remember them. I'm too intent on being 'exhausted' all the time.

And great colourway! I absolutely love it! Congratulations.

quinn said...

ooooooooh. Pretty!

I don't think those colors would have jumped out at me if I hadn't seen the WM first, but having seen it...JUMP!

dale-harriet said...

Franklin - fear not; you'll get better at adopting the refusal to be so anxious and tense that comes with being a grown-up. I promise! Take a page from my book, I live by my favorite quote: "It's NEVER too late for a happy childhood!" Also - I will SO be getting some "Franklin's Panopticon" and hang the expense. Tell Dolores that I'm arranging for her to have a stylish scarf and turban knit from it for her Inauguration, too. I mean, THAT is the look, don't you think it'll be perfect? I can hear Harry Smith now: "President Van Hoof, you look so stylish!" (Work with me here, Franklin, it gets pretty tense here in the Campaign Headquarters!)

Knitting Painter Woman said...

Can't go wrong with William Morris... and I'm happy to see you honored in this way. I do believe I know some folks who need something made of this yarn! Way to go.

Crochet Goddess said...

Great colors. Very pretty.

knitkim said...

Franklin, you inspire me! Gotta get that colorway!

georg said...

love (1)

Janis said...

How incredibly gorgeous. A compliment on your taste. :)

Kristen said...

Oh, honey! Color me totally jealous! How lovely!

swtrknttr said...

"I thought a little hint of color
wouldn't be out of place."

Nothing like some "Franklin's Panopticon" to cozy up with those green socks. Better than the land of earth tones or the world of ecru any day - or even the suit of basic black. Congrats on your namesake. What a good idea. I especially like Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock yarn.

Pamela said...

Wow! How exciting!

adminnie said...

i couldn't help myself. i just couldn't stop. YOU DID THIS TO ME! i got so excited over your yarn that i posted about it on the daily chum. hope you don't mind i borrowed a pic, but it's all you, baby!

Karen S said...

Very cool! I love the colours, and it will definetly be on my wish list for gorgeous sock yarns (plus it's inspired by and named after a favorite blogger!).

Stillness is something I think you know when you are a child, forget when you grow up, and spend a good deal of time as an adult to remember. I can say, that I've learned to be still here during my pregnancy... nothing like a little life up and coming to keep you centered and still ;)

Jan E said...

Oh, I love the colors...glad you didn't let Boston get to your head. Go for it Franklin!

Glad to know you're getting some rest, too. (Learning to take naps has been one of the best parts of getting older.)

Deborah C. said...

Faboo!! I love William Morris, and that's a gorgeous colorway. Congratualtions!

BTW, I love the quote from "Patience."

ponyknit said...

Lovely! (Yes that means you too, Dolores!) Yes, it is better. Pffftt Theatre, or yarn, def. yarn! Can't wait to see what your working on, glad to see your relaxing too.

Angie said...

OMG! I.HAVE.TO.HAVE.THAT.YARN!

Going to LL to order NOW! Bravo, Franklin, excellent choice a colorway that I haven't seen, I lurve it!

Nita said...

Congratulations! What an honor!!
I am loving the colorway as that limey green makes me swoon. I will have this!! Yes, I will

Samantha said...

Holy cats, Franklin! Those colors are gorgeous! I want! I want! I want!

nobody said...

Damn nice yarn!! :) I can't wait to get some!

DutchJan said...

My "almost local Internet yarnshop Wolhalla" will try to get it for me and please tell Dolores it really suits her :-)

Laura Sue said...

With you, dear host, as an obvious exception, often the "tenser" among us tend to live in cities and think that every place and everybody is like them--or should be. Some of us live in small towns, don't have TV, mind our own business, and are, well, calm. Knitting helps, too.

Patti said...

I'm turning 55 soon, and it just finally dawned on me that I MUST STOP trying to outguess everyone in an effort to be what they want me to be, and just be me!! So I congratulate you on figuring that out far sooner than I did, and what a better way to affirm that then getting your own colorway. If I had a colorway it would be lavendar and poppy.. the two flowers that blossom and live happily together in my yard with no help from me. Now I'm off to Lorna's laces for a bit of drooling..

Dogmommy4 said...

Hey, wait a minute - - - are you sure you weren't looking through MY inspirational stash?
mmmmmmmh (in my best Homer Simpson voice) - s o c k w e i g h t ...

Anonymous said...

Well, Mr. Franklin and I did a bit of shopping this weekend for an upcoming trip, and let me tell you! Did he get some color. He looks GREAT in his madras shorts and purple polo! Woof.....oooo, did I just say that out loud? -Tom

Kelli Simone said...

I love Lorna's Laces and that colorway is divine. As if I need an excuse to add to my yarn stash. ~ksp

cheriwna said...

I'd also give you the theater.
I really want some of that yarn.
Maybe to knit some theater curtains with?

Donna Lee said...

I'm right there with you on the relaxing thing. As I get older, the thought of spending all my time taking anti-anxiety meds is anathema. I give myself time every day to just be. Sometimes I knit and sometimes I spin and sometimes I read and sometimes I just sit. Still. Better than xanax any day of the week. I have always been a neutral color kind of person, not wanting to draw attention to myself but I have addes orange! and turquoise! and lime green!! to my summer wardrobe. And I love it.

chandra said...

love it!

Chris said...

Ugh - thank you! I keep reminding myself that being stressed and exhausted doesn't make me a better person! Thanks for saying it so eloquently!

And I love your 1000 knitters project - you make everyone look so beautiful! It makes me want to drive across the country just to be in a shot!

Sara in WI said...

Congratulations, Franklin! Do you feel like a new daddy with your own colorway? Bring it to camp, please so that we can fondle, I mean see it!
Sara

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quiltparalegal said...

I just scored some of your yarn today, 7/2/08, from Yellow Dog Knitting in Eau Claire, WI and boy the pictures online don't even do it justice! The colors are beautiful!

grrlmonster said...

that is so exciting. i think thats far better than having a theatre named after you by far.
congrats sweetheart!

Shannon said...

All right, by total coincidence I just picked your colorway to knit Brooklyn Tweed's Hemlock throw for my boys. I was looking for a manly colorway (no pinks for the 7 & 11 year olds! not even purples!) and picked yours. Didn't even realize it was yours until the lovely yarn assistants were trying to spell it into the cash register/computer! Very amusing as I shrieked "That's Frankin's colorway!" and they looked at me blankly...not blog readers...

Criquette said...

Yes!!! I scored some of this lovely and refreshing yarn today and can't wait to make something - not sure what, I believe it will make anything I knit look good, though!

Your color taste is excellent. Thank you.

Uhmanduh said...

I just bought some of this colorway while on vacation in Colorado and was wondering where the name came from, so I googled it. Very interesting! Oh, to have my own personal colorway. It would be very similar. No surprise since I love William Morris designs as well!

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