Antiquity has the least amount of yellow in its formula of all the primitive yellows, meaning it is seriously headed towards brown. Wheat Harvest is also at this level, but has less red. So Antiquity sits on the warm side the "neutral" mark (not too much of either red or blue) and Wheat Harvest resides at neutral. Both are wonderfully useful yellows, and they make a nice brown too! In fact, you may wonder why these two colors are not in the brown family. This is because, in the RIT World, browns are comprised of no more than 70% yellow, and oranges and yellows start at 80% yellow and up, starting with these two colors. Compared against any brown, they are too bright to belong with them, but don't seem to be when viewed alone. On the other hand, they are really quite brownish compared to the other primitive yellows. I may eventually end up with a whole new color family for colors like this, and there are many, all around the color wheel.
NOTE: In general, use the individual color image as your guide. I have devoted many, many hours to adjusting the images to match the actual wool color, but the usual disclaimers (about colors appearing different on different monitors) apply.
HOW TO ORDER
The standard minimum size available at Ram in the Thicket is a 3" X 18" increment, and each of those represents one "item". So from each listing, order the total number of increments of that color you would like. If you order more than one 'item' of any color, I will send it out as one large piece.