Donnerstag, Mai 07, 2009

I dye, Horatio!

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Gryphon's yard

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Shopping for Bugga!

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Gryphon uses Jacquard dyes.
It was nice to have a wide selection
of colors to pick from.

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Solid color (on the left) and nearly solid color methods

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Shallow water method (variegated)

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From left: Gryphon's Oil Beetle colorway on Wollmeise base;
taupe Woobu (BMFA) overdyed for more variety;
mini skeins using solid color, shallow water, and hand paint
(the plastic-wrap method we all know and love);
Gryphon's Bergen colorway on Wollmeise base


Tomorrow: Maryland Sheep and Wool Show

1 Kommentar:

margene hat gesagt…

Oh, oh, oh! It looks so fabulous. Dyeing outdoors and playing with color (with an experts help) must have been a blast. Nice color work you have there.

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