the 2022 Aurifil Colour Builders
Join us in 2022 for a no-fuss subscription service and receive beautiful threads and exclusive appliqué designs only availaible for Colour Builder members.
Twelve collections featuring irresistible hues broken out into 36 delightful spools of Aurifil thread – delivering inspiration to your doorstep every month for a whole year!
The last two years have been a wild ride. We’ve had to stop, adjust, reimagine, reroute, redo.
It’s been a challenge, but in some ways, all of the changes have helped us to slow down, to appreciate the beauty that lives right in front of us, and to experience the small things with a more grateful heart.
Perhaps it manifests as an unexpected cool breeze on a hot summer day or the sound of a bird chirping outside your window. Maybe it’s a favourite hike just outside the city or maybe it’s a burst of colour that provides the perfect distraction on your Sunday morning stroll. A tree, a flower, a bloom, a petal… the sense of calm and renewal that nature provides is often overlooked, but this year, we are choosing to bring that natural beauty to the forefront.
Our colours were drawn from 12 breathtaking rainforest plants from the Amazon Water Lily and the Bird of Paradise to the Jade Vine and the Spider Lily.
Flora is a celebration of Aurifil’s variegated thread.
Aurifil produces 36 variegated thread colours; threads that contain multiple colours or multiple shades of one colour. Twenty-four of these shades are represented in the 2022 program.
Each set contains 3 large spools of 50wt — 2 variegated and 1 complementary solid. If you are new to Aurifil or variegated thread, this subscription is an excellent introduction!
In addition to the thread, subscription holders will receive monthly newsletters with colour inspiration, thread education, and an exclusive appliqué pattern designed and developed by Aurifil’s own Kate Brennan in partnership with graphic designer Christina Weisbard. Patterns are centred around flora-themed appliqué, allowing each featured monthly plant to take centre stage.