Gallatin. Gallatin County Montana is home to the Gallatin National Forest and Yellowstone National Park. Stacked with mountains, forests, and rivers, we figured a true evergreen colorway would be the perfect nod to an amazing area. Gallatin will do well with cables and lace, as well as a stand alone in any project.
This hand-dyed color is available on all our yarn bases, click here to learn more. Shop updates are uploaded weekly, so if we are out of your color choice, check back soon.
We have taken great effort to ensure that our photos are as true to color as possible. However, due to the hand-dyed process and differences in yarn bases, variations in color and patterning may occur. Your individual monitor settings can also cause the appearance of the color on the screen to differ from our actual photograph.
For best results, we recommend alternating skeins as you work. Purchase adequate amounts to complete your project.
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I recently learned about Polka Dot Sheep Yarn, and have worked with several different varieties. The beautiful shades of green in Gallatin are really gorgeous. I’m working on a blanket for my husband so this project will take some time, and I’m thrilled that this yarn is a pleasure to use. Thank you for such magnificent yarn!
What attracted me to this yarn was the name Gallatin. It is the name of the street in Indiana that I grew up on in the 1950s. I was also intrigued by the Montana history of the name.