First, I want to thank all the friends who gave their comments about the corners of my sheep rug. Frankly, I want to extend a huge thanks for everyone who reads my blog even if they don't comment. Yet, comments sure are fun to read as it is great to get other opinions.
Hey, that is what it's like when going to a hook-in or rug camp. You sit beside someone and there is that communication on what we each like, how we do things and learn from one another. Just love that connection. Just remember there is no right or wrong, each of us have our likes and dislikes. Please feel free to comment or ask a question. I love the interaction.
Okay, remember the dye post the other day? There was more of that dye recipe left so put it in a jar to use later. Today was later. Just below is a camel color part of a skirt at the top AND...remember that blue wool turn out in the previous dye post? The same kind of wool is below the camel. So it will be fun to see how this dye job goes with the very same recipe and same piece of wool but with a little less wool.
Here are the results of the last dye job with the very same recipe but with almost half the wool in the pot. The top is the skirt parts, second is the same piece of wool which turned blue in the previous dye job. Below that is the random addition. Interesting to say the least. What the hell is it with that
Have a grand evening everyone. The cold windy air left and tomorrow will be a fine day. Since it won't be a high utility alert day just might do a couple loads of washing. As I'm an old fashioned girl will even hang my sheets on the line for a while then finish in the dryer. Yes, I'm old fashioned, love the fresh air smell, plus like to keep the electric bills down.
Confession, the first two wools in the photo were put in the pot to soak and THEN realized I'd not taken a photo of the wool first. So there are spots of water and detergent spots on them. I dipped them in and immediately pulled them out to take a photo.
Hugs to everyone and FYI, sadly I didn't win the Power Ball.....bummer.