Saturday, September 04, 2010

Rosemary's Dogs

There was little to no loss of color in the washout. I didn't even bother to iron this lot. Just folded them up to stack and gloat over. 

I've called this one Wisteria. Praise to the bugs in the oatmeal!

7 comments:

  1. Wow! I'll never think of putting good white sheeting in the rag pile again! You've worked wonders, here, Deb. The colors are vibrant, great mottling and very interesting to look at. I love the bug one! You should be very inspired to work with these. Great job!

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  2. it looks like a great range of pieces to choose from for a project!

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  3. Waste not want not.....Love the fact that you used the oats, bugs and all....considering some dyes are made of "bug bits" I think it was a great experiment and love the results .

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  4. Great experiments....'wisteria' is beautiful and I loooove all the colours you have achieved. What a stash!!!

    Jacky xox

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  5. Fabulous colors! I also love the wisteria piece too.

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  6. Shelly11:58 AM

    I have never heard of this technique of using granular materials when dying fabric. I would love to try it, can you give us any details on how it is done or do you have a link to information on the technique?

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  7. Yes, I like the bugs in the oatmeal too.

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