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Colors that compliment boysenberry
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Jan 26, 2013 07:03:01   #
SarinaV1
 
Does anyone have ideas as to what colors can compliment "boysenberry"? On a website it states that boysenberry is like a deep purple with some red, kind of like a very pretty wine color. I need two complimenting colors to go with it. I am making a cardigan and want to be able to wear a few different colored shirts underneath to go with it. I fell in love with this color when I saw it but now wonder what colors will go beautifully with it. Some of my thoughts were, pink, white, tan which is kind of boring. I like wearing bright colors but don't want to look clownish. Any suggestions would help. Thanks!!
 
Jan 26, 2013 07:16:08   #
TinaOR
 
Navy is always good with purples. I am a purple/blackberry colour lover too.
Jan 26, 2013 07:18:09   #
slnovak
 
Gray and dust rose come to mind but I think I would look at some painted heritages yams that had the sililar color in them and see how you like the colors together. Thee would be some interesting combinations one might not think of until you see them blended.
Jan 26, 2013 08:04:06   #
KarenLeigh
 
Sometimes when I am trying to create color combinations I think of how and where this color would be found in nature. Companion colors to boysenberry might be a leaf green, a muted yellow, a raspberry, a blackberry. Not in response to your query - I'll add that I find taupe to be a good neutral that goes with just about everything.
Jan 26, 2013 08:33:34   #
navigator
 
Rust and loden green?
Jan 26, 2013 08:53:58   #
RookieRetiree (a regular here)
 
http://thevirtualinstructor.com/interactivecolorwheel.html

You can experiment with this color wheel - pick the color closest to the boysenberry and then look at the color palettes that go with it --- so many different hues to choose from.
 
Jan 26, 2013 09:02:02   #
yourmother306 (a regular here)
 
RookieRetiree wrote:
http://thevirtualinstructor.com/interactivecolorwheel.html

You can experiment with this color wheel - pick the color closest to the boysenberry and then look at the color palettes that go with it --- so many different hues to choose from.


I like the color wheel :-)

you can also try finding boysenberry here
http://www.knittingparadise.com/t-70926-1.html
Jan 26, 2013 09:41:40   #
Grandma Jan
 
Yellow. Try it and see.
Jan 26, 2013 09:44:40   #
DeeDeeF
 
Med. Kelly Green and Pale Yellow would let the Boysenberry POP! I like to put unusual colors together with a soft light one between.
Jan 26, 2013 14:10:29   #
CathyAnn
 
Just about any green would look good.
Jan 26, 2013 14:17:38   #
huneebee331
 
The color wheel is spot on! I sell men's dress shirts in a large department store and am usually asked to help pick out ties to go with the shirts. Purple is a very popular color for shirts, and when I suggest we look at ties in the green family, they are aghast until I show them.
 
Jan 26, 2013 14:25:11   #
ltyler65
 
Thanks for the post. Happy knitting:)
RookieRetiree wrote:
http://thevirtualinstructor.com/interactivecolorwheel.html

You can experiment with this color wheel - pick the color closest to the boysenberry and then look at the color palettes that go with it --- so many different hues to choose from.
Jan 26, 2013 14:26:31   #
realsilvergirl
 
Navy, ivory, hunter, white, tan, mauve
Jan 27, 2013 05:36:29   #
SarinaV1
 
Thank you for all the replies, the color wheels really helped. So excited to start this next project!
Jan 27, 2013 07:05:43   #
joannem602
 
CathyAnn wrote:
Just about any green would look good.


My first thought was lime green.
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