When we moved my office out of the back room, the intention was to create a more useful dye kitchen. It has taken a little while to get things going but this week Brenda went out and picked up crock pots and cleared the space. Dying in small amount really gives you a chance to get the perfect colour.
Dear Diary, when the country girl (me ) went to the city last week she visited the Fleece artist Dye Kitchen. Their yarns are some of my favorite. I love the sheen on sub, and the fluffiness of curly locks. When I started using fleece artist yarns in my rugs about ten years ago, it was like I rediscovered hooking again, the yarns allowed me to do different things. New materials inspire me to create.
The slide show…..
I have created a little slideshow for you to see the shots I took at the dye kitchen. Hollis , the web designer, got me a nifty little system that allows me to do this. Just click on the photos and a new one will come up.
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