Out on the western edge of North Dakota is the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. The landscape resembles the famous Badlands of South Dakota. There are lots of rolling hills, plateaus, and almost desert like plant life. However, this national park is far from sparse in terms of wildlife! It’s a peaceful park to visit, and the landscape is stunning and unlike anything across the rest of North Dakota. If you get the chance to do an overnight stay, the view of the stars at night from within the park is absolutely amazing! Put it on your bucket list. 🙂
To resemble the wild beauty of this park, I created a kettle dyed colorway with very soft sandy tans, splashes of light green, and speckles of a red-brown. This colorway fits nicely into the neutral color realm and has so many project possibilities!
Broken Compass base:
80% Superwash Merino / 20% Natural Bamboo
436 yards / 100 grams
Machine wash cool / Tumble dry low (though I recommend hand washing your finished project for longevity)
Please note that color variations may occur from skein to skein as a result of hand dyeing. I have matched the colors in the photo as close as real life as possible however some differences may be noticed from monitor to monitor. Please also order as many skeins as you need for your project as color variation may happen one dye lot to the next.