So much to share, lots of pics, so here are a few of the daily highlights.
Winding and tying all that WHITE yarn.
First colour from the all-in-one Madder bath.
Some of the fruits of day 2 - Weld and Cochineal
Wednesday was Woad Day.
Weld and Indigo make green or turquoise.
Working those Madder bags...
....makes bright red maddered wool.
Gunilla brought along her amazing felted kimono for us to see.
Logwood wool cooling in its liquor.
Not much white wool left!
Decorating the washing line!
GAUD on 09/13/2015 8:12 p.m.
I am very happy to receive your letter. Wonderfull color. It's réal l'y a pleasure knitting on the evening.
I want to participante!
Sharon Southey on 09/13/2015 10:21 p.m.
Loving the pictures!
I purchased the bohemian rhapsody scarf from you, yet to be started, just love looking at the beautiful colours.
Fantastic you are going to be at Alexandra palace.
Margaret Andrews on 09/14/2015 5 a.m.
Have fun in London. The colors of the yarns are just vibrant.
Rita Dierckx on 09/14/2015 7:10 a.m.
I love your dyeing and hope I can enjoy a course of yours once. Maybe I'll see you in october. Enjoy what you're doing. It's wonderful.
Nicole on 09/18/2015 11:56 p.m.
Love wool dyeing. But still have to learn more about natural dyeing . Hope we can meet one day.
Tarun Modi on 11/25/2015 6:36 a.m.
They are pretty inspiring events! Such workshops are greatly educating for the participants. They come across the natural dyeing sources and learn a lot. Just great!
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