This is a gossamer seafoam green silk scarf - working with color is one of my strong points (unlike my bad habit of taking waaaay to long to get projects done). Working with color is something that I love; I enjoy using unusual combinations at times and I had my pallet all figured out (I thought) but it just goes to show you that sometimes things just do not pan out the way you see it in your head. I had selected peach for the flower petals but by the time I had laid out the first half, it was looking just too washed out. Not that I dislike pastels; but the value of the green turned out to be just a little to vibrant for the soft peach to enhance it; I then used the deeper peach for the second half - these were naturally dyed colors so I don't know if that had anything to do with it or not. By the time I had the whole thing laid out, I just left it on the table for a couple of days walking by from time to time to wait for it to "speak" to me. It definitely didn't please my eye, so I decided to add more green vines/leaves and some blue that is a little more vibrant to give it some oomph. It is very much like putting a quilt together, you must have light and dark to give it interest and sometimes, just a touch will do it. I liked the scarf much better once it was felted with the added blue and then I added a few French knots with a variegated silk thread that shades from bright peach to golden peach around the centers which turned out to be just the right touch.