T- Colors      From T-Shirts to T-Strips to T-Bundles to T-Cords to T-Shags and all of the T-Shags scarves and accessories - every T-Sew or Knot T-Sew creation begins with the colors of the T-Shirts. Every color here is available in tee shirts (just not in every style and size) and in the various color bundles - Full, Half, Straights, Sleeves.  These are the colors used to make cutom ordered Design Bundles and the CYO Assorted Value Packs. (See T-Kit Bundles for Details.)  

It's amazing that only five true colors when combined can make thousands and thousands of other colors.  And while we don't have thousands of colors for you to choose from we offer enough for the designer in you to create thousands of unique and exciting designs. The possibilities are truly 'beyond infinity'.

Beware!  Monitors can be very misleading. Even if I tried to explain which colors are 'off' according to my monitor I have no idea of how that color may look on your monitor.  You can order a Color Swatch Book  ($10.00) if getting color accuracy is really important to you.  I hope you don't - they have to be put together by hand and they're a pain!!!  Take the time to read the notes beneath each photo and that should help with your selection.  Keep in mind that we guarantee to take back, refund or exchange, any items you are not happy with.  Thanks.

Whites                                           Golds                                            Yellows
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  2. Soft Yellow, Yellow, Sunshine Bundle, Lemon (folded), Sunflower
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    Soft Yellow, Yellow, Sunshine Bundle, Lemon (folded), Sunflower
  3. Soft, Raw, and Old Gold
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  6. White, Shadow (H), Granite, Ivory
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White is really white - not 'off'.  You'll use             Soft and Raw Golds are excellent neutrals            Bright and happy but in America yellow is
white more than any other color except                and can be used year round.  Old Gold is             the least used color in fashion.  The pale
possibly black.  Shadow is great for toning           a fabulous fall/winter 'sort of neutral'.                   is not really  pale. Yellow  and Sunshine and can be used instead of white.  Granite                                                                                             are excellent mid yellows, Lemon is very
has a mauve/gray undertone.  Ivory is a lite                                                                                            bright and Sunflower has a slight orange
cream color - a wonderful neutral.                                                                                                           undertone.                                                                                                                                                                                        

 Orange/Yellows                             Yellow/Oranges                            Oranges
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  2. TN, TN Winter, Peach, Crush
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Maize is comparsablre to soft yellow but   with a slight orange undertone.  Amber is an excellent mid-range color slightly muted.  Bright Gold is really bright, an excellent color to brighten autumn designs, and one of the most commonly used 'team' and school colors.
On my monitor these colors look darker than they do in reality.  TN is a wonderful color not  known to be used by other major schools. TN Winter is basically the same color in a slightly darker shade.  Peach is somewhat lighter and has a pink undertone. Crush is a very intense!
Sunset is a 50/50 'Heather' of Amber/Pink and a really great color.  TxVT stands for Texas and Virginia Tech and is really a great autumn color.  Rusty Orange is a slightly darker shade of TxVT and can be used as a substitute.

Oranges                                       Corals                                             Reds
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  2. Red, Cherry, Clear, and Deep Reds, Brick
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  3. Calypso (H), Creole (back), Salmon (front), Coral, Punch (H)
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Persimmon is soft with a slightly red undertone.  Orange is classic orange and one of the most common team and school colors.  Vintage is a 50/50 Orange/Black Heather.
Calypso is a bright 50/50 orange coral /white heather.  Creole is a rich, soft, dark orange coral. Salmon is a light, soft, orange coral.  Coral is classic pink coral. Punch is a soft orangeRed /White heather.
It's hard to tell the difference  Red has slight orange undertone - color most used by teams .  Cherry is darker with slight blue undertone. Clear is softer with no undertone.  Deep has a dark undertone and Brick has a brown undertone.

Dark Reds                                    Blue/Reds                                      Pinks
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  2. Pale, Light, Lovely, and Princess Pinks, Pink
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All of these colors look darker in reality.  Ruby is a 50/50 Cherry/Light Denim heather.  Williamsburg is a softer,darker, bluer version of Brick.  Vintage Cherry is a 50/50 Cherry/Black Heather.  Crimson is a dark red/blue undertone.  Roll Tide!
All of these colors are both darker and bluer than shown on my monitor.  Cardinal is dark like Crimson but with a 'bluer' un- dertone.  Garnet is a really dark 'blue' red. Maroon Heather (not Pink) is 50/50Maroon /White heather. Maroon is a really dark 'blue' Red.  All are common 'team' colors.
All of these pinks are graduated lighter hues of clear Pink.  Pink, the most feminine of all colors, is popular in all of its shades.  One of the best selling T-Shags is named 'Pink Awareness' in recognition of Breat Cancer Awareness; any combination of the pinks works - add white if you like.

Pinks                                             Red/Purples                                  Blue/Purples
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  2. Amethyst, Lilac (H), Lavender (H), Blackberry (H), Cobalt (folded)
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  6. Carnation, Hot Pink, Pink Heather, Valentine (folded), Violet T-Cords, Berry
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Carnation is a warm Hot Pink with a coral undertone.  Hot Pink is a clear, saturated Pink. Pink Heather is 50/50 Pink/White. Valentine has a slight blue undertone. Violet is a 50/50 Pink/Purple Heather. 
Berry is a soft, dark, saturated Hot Pink.
Winterberry is a fabulous dark, rich, and brilliant violet. Orchid is a very pale pink purple.  Purple Heather is 50/50 purple and light gray.  Purple is the classic mix of Red and Blue and one of the top colors used by teams and schools. 
Amethyst is another name for purple - this one is only slightly 'bluer' than 'purple.  Lilac is a 50/50 mix of Valentine Pink/Dark Purple and looks a lot like a marbeled Amethyst.  Lavender is a 50/50 Amethyst and Light Blue heather.  Blackberry is a 50/50 Amethyst and Black heather.  Cobalt is a dark blue purple -looks blue against purples and purple against blues.


Periwinkles
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Perwinkle as a color group is the perfect blend of purple and blue.  This Periwinkle is light and clear.  BB Heather is 50/50 Blueberry and White.  Blueberry is a dark periwinkle with a dark gray undertone.  BB Cream is a light blueberry color with a light gray undertone.
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