In keeping with the period, Mason wrote the novel by hand, in an oversize hand-stitched leatherbound notebook bound in sky blue.
Both play within a relatively constrained color palette rich in sepia yellow, with strategic daubs of sky blue and red.
The Druids wore white dresses, and the Bards a robe of sky blue, emblematic of peace.
The next day the sun shone, the air was clear, and the sky blue.
It should be ground dry till it is no longer gritty and is of a sky blue (pale) colour.
But the tree must be in shade; and the sky blue, or grey, or dull white.
The interior of the pavilion which was composed of white cambric, ornamented with sky blue festoons, was richly furnished.
The air was clear, the sky blue as if it were spring-time, instead of midwinter.
Rose at daybreak—the sky blue, the wind fragrant, Putney throwing up its first faint smokes; the villa all asleep.
Presently the sun was out, the sky blue, the wind smartly blowing.