Sunday, June 15, 2008

A day in the dye pans

Yesterday I spent most of my morning dyeing wool.....mainly spot dyes and some of the new wandering wools.

Here are a few pics of what I came up with.

Melon-Choly Baby Spot Dye

14" x 32" (4 available)Goldenrod Spot Dye 14" x 32" (4 available)Foxglove Wandering Wool 14" x 32" (2 available)Harvest Moon Spot Dye 14" x 32" (4 available)

Sunflower Spot Dye 14" x 32" (4 available)

End of the Day Wandering Wool (I think this is a bit more green than blue....on my monitor it looks more blue, but I think it looks a bit more green) 14" x 32" (2 available)

Russian Sage Wandering Wool 14" x 32" (2 available)

Summer Sun Wandering Wool 14" x 32" (2 available)

Now available in my ebay store

Now I'm off to get ingredients to make my Mexican Potato Salad for this afternoon's meal!


Go forth and be creative,



  1. YUMMY, YUMMY, YUMMY!!!!! The woolens, not the Mexican Potato Salad, though I am sure that is, too!

  2. Tammy, what beautiful colors. But why do you call it a "wandering" wool?

    Can I drive down for a bite or two of that potato salad? Sounds delicious.

    Oh, and after watching that video yesterday of the guy kayaking, I'm always amazed at people who will drive down a flooded street. Stoopid! Now they get to pay for a tow or a push....and maybe a new electrical system/computer for their car.

  3. I'll have to post the recipe for the Mexican potato salad. It's my husband's favorite and since he LOVES it, I made it for him for father's day today.

    As for the wandering wools...hmmm....I think it's called that because you layer color over color over the wool and then just poke the wool around and the colors just "wander" where they may....not sure if that's why, but it sounds good!