Here are my thoughts: (this is fun!)
I have celery and celadon in my stash, in fact I’m attaching a zoomed in photo of a fairisle project (which I gave up on and turned into a pillow).
Celery: gorgeous shade, loooove it.
Celadon: again, gorgeous. Looks more blue-grey under flourescent light. I noticed that when I was knitting with it, and again tonight. BUT, by day, a fabulous blue. Those two colors look cool together btw, they “go”. I love them both equally, and I love them both a LOT.
Now, I do NOT have Victorian Violet in my stash, but let me tell you, that it looks beautiful on the swatch card. Reason being, it is a beautiful light violet shade AND it isn’t a “baby violet” as in “look at this adorable baby blanket I just made, it’s PURPLE!” NO. This is a slightly more subdued shade, and it is gorgeous.
That is what I LOVE about Elann and their colors, there are so many to choose from!
Ok, so in the photo, there are several stripes of celadon and celery (and squares and triangles) look dead center, the celery is right next to the celadon.
Also, harder to see, next to the “dusty rose” is “seashell pink” which would be a more subtle shade than “lace pink”. Lace pink is much more vibrant. Just fyi.
I don’t think I’ve really helped, because I really like all 3 colors! Me myself, I’d go with celadon. Very versatile. But I do love that celery…and the violet is gorgeous…
Why don’t you just knit 3 shawls! :roflhard: