Monday, April 27, 2009

Color Fest's My Name, Color Is My Game.


Finished kettle-dyed lace weight
Finished kettle-dyed lace weight.  I am really pleased with how these skeins turned out.  The gradations in color are fabulous.

cooling kettle-dyed yarn
Cooling kettle-dyed yarn.  I have used every single piece of vintage enamelware that I own in this little venture of mine.

Indoor clothesline
My indoor clothesline.  It's too cold to hang stuff outside overnight.  It would freeze, and it's not worth the worry.  The house smells like wet wool a lot, so we burn incense like a pack of potheads.  

My dye corner
The dye corner.  The stains on the counter are in improvement, trust me.  My blog is aptly named.

This is how I keep track of colors.
This is how I'm keeping track of colorways.  A quick photo documents the colors I've used.  Easy peasy.


  1. This is really neat. I never got into dyeing(sp?). I did see a demonstration once, but watching and doing aren't the same at all! {Impressed SMILE}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin

  2. It's sooo much fun! You can totally do it with koolaid, too, if you ever get an urge to just play around.

    People have been asking me to do classes, and I think in the future I may be able to, once I get my own space and the ability to host an all-day event. So that's something to look forward to! :)

  3. I may try that sometime. I'll probably ask more about it before I do. If it isn't easy to explain on the net, I'll understand. {SMILE}

    Anne Elizabeth Baldwin


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