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!


  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!

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

  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 .

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

    Jacky xox

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

  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?

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


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