Recently I've been thinking about marrying wool, dyeing primitive black and then remembered the already mixed liquids on the shelf in the garage. Took a look and saw a jar of "1/8 gold" with no reference as to what it was dyed for. So assumed it was 1/8 tsp. Pro-Chem gold.
It had been there a while and had always thought about dyeing gold over grey to achieve a Chartreuse . Wasn't sure how much grey wool or if this would even do the job. I grabbed a piece of heather grey and a darker grey windowpane wool and think there is slightly over 1/4 yard. On the bottom is what the original looks like and on top is the result of the dye.
See that pattern and linen below the wool? Remember when I said I'd like to take advantage of the linen on my present project to draw my next pattern? Well, it wouldn't be a great use of resources so decided to pull a piece of left over linen to use instead. Nope, not gonna show you what's next because it's too soon. Besides, you know how fickle I am and might change my mind on what to put on the frame next anyway.
Happy hooking, stay safe.