Hand-Dyed Fabrics

It’s been a while since I blogged.  Can’t believe how fast time moves when you are not necessarily having fun.  But … it’s already the middle of April, Spring has arrived (or not) and almost one quarter of the year has gone by.

I’ve been busy which accounts for my not blogging, but, despite it all, I’ve been hand-dyeing fabric.  It’s so addictive.  On top of that, after the last session with Bev and Lisa, I placed an order for more dyes, and once they arrived, I had to try them.  Haven’t tried them all yet, and already I want to order more!

This past weekend I did some dyeing, in containers and in Ziplock bags.  Dyeing in Ziplock bags is a lot of fun.  Lots of possibilities and you are never sure what you are going to get.  I dyed complimentary colors, one color, two similar colors, three similar colors … the possibilities are endless.

Below are some photos of the fabrics I’ve dyed.  They are for sale; if you are interested, just drop me a note.  They are $5.00 a Fat Quarter.  There are fat quarters, half meters and full meters available, plus threads dyed in similar colors as some of the fabrics.  The skeins are 20 yards and they are $4.00 each.  Enjoy!

Multicolored with threads to match


Some greens





Blacks and greys with some red:


I will post some more photos in the next few days.  For now, back I go to do some quilting.  And in the meantime, you too, keep quilting.




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