see you are still tempted to use a little bit of your mauve colored batch. I'm glad because it looks lovely.
A window of sorts.
oh my! what you have died there is so lovely.
you have really become immersed in dye. ing.
Such beautiful cloth! I feel really calm when I look at it. Julie
I love what the avocado is doing...
...keeping a good eye on opportunities...including mauve ones :>]
PIP PIP Hurrah! I knew there was a reason why I don't eat the pip...need to save it for dye.
Thanks... - going to explore different ways of dyeing mild+muted reds - because I like that (+ tea...) most I guess...
All this looks so good! I'd love to see what kind of red you would come up with.
i always find your work very meditative and am lost for words, i just gaze at it. I think i remember the brazilwood gives a purple, is that right? i must look it up. enjoy your slide into Autumn...k.
It does look good, doesn´t it... ;) - I just spread a spoonfull of brazilwood splinters (right word? don´t know...)onto pre-mordanted fabric together with the smashed pip - thanks K, I certainly will - enjoy your spring flowers...
Hello Julie/Pincus Panther - thanks, it is good to know I might be able to add some extra calmness to the world... - wanted to visit back, but your blog is so ooold... ;)
lovely. lavendar. ..even with the color saturation you've made it so soft and blended!
My apologies Heike; two weeks of night-shifts (yawn)leaves me low on resources. Situation remedied now though! I will be posting my dye experiments after my week at Ty Cariad too.
this work looks absolutely beautiful! love it.Amelia.x
Thank you, Amelia.... - have to confess, though: didn´t like it much myself, ripped it apart - the now 2 pieces might lead somewhere different... ;)