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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

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Joanne

I appears that Michelle, Jennifer and I better get this yarn on some needles soon! We each used just three colors and it's amazing how many shades of those colors are in our yarn. Hopefully Jennifer will get to post our sock progress in the near future.

Beth

Thanks for all the details! I purchased some dyes earlier this year and haven't used them yet. This fall will be a great time to get outside for a dyeing session!

Ruthie

So cool!! I've just gotten interested in spinning and my roving is bare and undyed. My DH is wondering how I'm gonna get it colored, to which I replied, "Dye it, of course!" That's when he blanched white and had to sit down! LOL

danielle

how fun! and how very very special the finished projects will be!!!

Christine

Thanks for sharing how easy the dyeing process is! I don't have wide open spaces, but I think I could still manage dyeing some yarn. Your colors turned out beautiful, too. Can't wait to see the socks you all knit up from these skeins.

Elizabeth

What fun your dyeing day turned out to be. Beautiful colors, too. Can't wait to see the finished socks!!!1

Ingrid

Wow, the yarns look gorgeous, and it sounds like you had heaps of fun! I might link this post in the store blog (if that's OK with you). Can't wait to see some finished objects from the yarn.

Dee

I can't wait to see your yarn knit up into socks. It's VERY pretty.

Karen

I've only dyed with Kool-Aid . . . . but it is a lot of fun, isn't it? I love that yours was a group project. All three hanks are gorgeous too!! Can't wait to see your skein all knit up.

Rebecca

Love how your colors turned out...and the coffee breaks, those machines are pretty nifty, one could get spoiled...:)

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