Thanks for the love, Pam! I tell you, I just pinch myself everyday to make sure it's not a dream. It's so cool to see myself on their website. Bernat yarns have been around for so many years, and it's just amazing that I am becoming part of their history now!
The cape I made is definitely green, but my poor old camera does not capture the color very well. The Bernat marketing department noticed it, and decided to take matters into their own hands. Their art department is "colorizing" my photos, so the yarn looks right!
Here's how I did the color trick with my face. I used the Bernat "Color Clicker" feature on their free patterns webpage, and made copies of the project in colors I liked, then pasted those photos in MS Paint. Then I found a photo of my face, and traced around it with the "free-form select" tool in Paint. Then I dragged my face photo around the screen to try on the different colored projects.