#8 Rooster | Cornflower Blue



The Rooster is of the Metal element.

Generally, people born under a Metal sign have a great deal of confidence and are resolute in their drive for success, sometimes to the point of being hard-headed and stubborn! There is a strong sense of attractiveness around this element – they have an energy and confidence that makes them very likable. One of the most colorful characters of the zodiac, Roosters will always want to be the life of the party… and whether you like it or not, they will find their way to the heart of every occasion. They are fun and frank – but it is precisely these great qualities that can also make them many enemies as people see them as obnoxious and arrogant.

The Metal Rooster – 1921, 1981

As Roosters are already of a Metal sign, this Rooster carries a double metal element – this means that they are extra steely, determined and hardworking in their goals. Carrying great focus, they will impress others with their passion towards work, drive and high ideals, which they will see right through to the end.

The Water Rooster – 1933, 1993

The most reasonable and gentle of all Roosters, the Water Rooster is intelligent, firm and a good worker. People born under this sign have the ability to communicate well with others and can easily get people to help their causes and achieve their goals.

The Wood Rooster – 1945, 2005

Like all Roosters, the Wood Rooster has the capacity for working extremely hard – perhaps too much at times! However, his woody nature makes him more open and sociable. He is likely to be the most cooperative of the Roosters, preferring to work within a team instead of pummeling himself to the top

The Fire Rooster – 1957, 2017

A fiery sign that will light up every room, the Fire Rooster is as dynamic on the inside as he is on the outside. These natural leaders have the gift of very sharp organizational skills as well as a charisma that’s hard to miss – they will find it easy to rise above, work independently, efficiently and find success.

The Earth Rooster – 1969,

Earth Roosters, true to their element, will shoulder the burden of the whole world upon their shoulders if need be. The Rooster is also a very efficient, meticulous sign – the Earth Rooster is all the more so. They can handle several different tasks at once, each as organized as the other.

Cornflower Blue is the color we associated with the Rooster. It’s a wondrous shade of light to medium blue with a touch of green. This color’s name is derived from the cornflower, called Cyanus (blue). The symbol of life, fertility, and reanimation, the magical cornflower is believed to have healed the poisonous wounds of Achilles according to Ancient Greek mythology. This hue was one of the favorites of the Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer: remember the turban in his famous Girl with a Pearl Earring painting? It was also used often in works by van Gogh. The true beauty of cornflower blue lies in its versatility. It can stretch from relaxing to regal, artistic to dreamy – all depending on what it’s paired with.

The cornflower blue color also represents depth, tranquility, contemplation, and peace. It can also be used to convey a sense of idealism, trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, and stability.

 If you like a vibrant color combination made up of two colors opposite one another in the color wheel, you should pair Cornflower Blue with Dandelion. If you are looking for a more serene look, you can pair Cornflower Blue with Lotus Blossom and Salvia Argentea.

To create a trendy monochromatic color palette, pair the Cornflower blue color with Stone Blue, Morning Glory and Genziana.

  • Tibetan artist Rabkar Wangchuk has created a new beautiful artwork for each animal.

Each month with the purchase of 2+ skeins, we will gift you the tote bag of the zodiac sign.

After the month associated with a sign is over, you will be able to purchase the tote bag separately.

You can also purchase the tote bag and previous merchandise separately, if you want to get more.


Category: Composition:

100% Tibetan Wool


3.5 – 5.5 mm (US 4-9)

Weight (gr) / (oz):

100 g / 3.52 oz

Lenght (mt) / (yds):

300 mt / 328 yds

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