I just spent the last two days dying wool and have some wonderful new colors!
Butter . . . .
Rose . . . .
Green #1 . . . .
Green #2 . . . .
Some blue/green color . . . .
This is Pumpkin Patch, already on the web but I just had to show you how the plaid looked over-dyed with the pumpkin.
Green #1 and #2 are two different colors but didn't photograph well. I hope they scan better. The reason for the names is....the colors to me didn't look like the name of the recipe I used. So I think I will have to come up with new names. Either that or number them all!This naming is harder than I thought. I had wanted to give all my wools some significant Southern name but just don't feel THAT creative yet.
In the meantime, I am off to scanning them and putting them on the website. Hopefully I will come up with some cute name soon!
This one called "Woolie Pincushions". Not a very original name but it was all I could come up with. LOL
And a second class called "The Wonderful World of Wool" which features a needlekeeper.
The outside front is in the picture above and the picture below is the inside.
The pincushion class is already full !! I don't remember if "FULL" means 15 or 20 students. Either way, I am a little intimidated now! I know all will work out in the end. I'm just thrilled that that many people like my class. I better deliver.