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Some New Avenues

In a past post I discussed how stash enhancement is rare and exciting in my life. Thus, this means that I have to get creative with the stash I have. 572 more words


Annie Riley in Yarnbox!

I have mentioned Yarnbox before, but I’ll tell you what it is. The creators go to an independent yarn dyer and buy yarn from them, then find a knitwear designer to feature, add a few other goodies, put it all in a box, and mail it out as a subscription every month, with a new yarn dyer and designer every month. 105 more words


How to dye yarn with Kool-Aid Lesson Two A tutorial

Your yarn is ready right?  All soaked through, shouldn’t be any dry spots.

The next step is to heat some water.  For this skein ( which was only 50 gms of wool) I just filled my tea kettle and heated it to just below a boil.   523 more words


How to dye yarn with Kool-Aid, lesson one. A tutorial

Let me just first say I am an amateur dyer.  This is what I do.

First you have to buy your Kool-Aid.   You need the kind that comes in packets without any sugar or artificial sweetener.   639 more words