Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Heeheehee.

There's nothing like dyeing two miles of yarn to make a girl feel productive.


I am particularly happy with the way the Easter Egg Rainbow turned out. I'm keeping a skein of it for myself. (That still leaves three more for you guys to squabble over.)

8 comments:

Mistress of the Stash said...

This may seem a silly question (I'm still new to spinning & dying), but will hanging wet yarn over your door like that discolor it? Also, I'm already admiring the easter egg yarn. Will you be putting it up on Etsy? It looks great!

Anonymous said...

Her Royal Highness Princess Miriam has informed me that she MUST have Easter Egg Yarn. Yay and verily, her little life will be a total tragedy if Mommy does not make her something out of Easter Egg.

The kid has damned good taste :-)

chris

deirdre said...

Beautiful, beautiful colours - enough to get me out of my "I'm not buying anymore yarn" phase - it was a silly phase, anyhow...

KnitTech said...

I like those Easter colors. Very nice. I would buy it, but I still haven't started on the two I've purchased. I need to finish the current project so I can get started on MIL Lemonade birthday present.

teabird17 said...

Oh, utterly beautiful!

Hannah said...

Hi - I've been reading your blog since the Spring Knitty issue came out. I gotta say, you've really inspired me! Last Saturday I had my first (one of many, I'm sure) dye-day's with food coloring. I'm also a spinner, so I have lots of cream roving sitting around - and you've just opened up a whole new.. ah, how shall I put this..addiction/can of worms! ;-)
I love it!
Thanks again, Hannah

Amy Lane said...

You know, it's also highly decorative...puts Martha STewart to shame...

Arianne said...

And now it looks like a triquetra. :)