Cody’s yarn didn’t take long to dry, so I was able to skein it, wind it into a ball and knit up a swatch, then take pictures in natural daylight. The dry yarn’s colors are much lighter than the wet yarn, much to my son’s chagrin. He was hoping for a vibrant, bold red with the cherry, and a deeper red with the black cherry, but they lightened up quite a bit. The yarn turned into dark pinks and medium purples and he doesn’t really like it, but I think it would work well for a modular scarf of some sort. There are only 233 yards of it, so whatever project I make can’t be very large. Although he didn’t get the colors he was hoping for, it still looks great and the colors blended very well.