-Carol Morrissey-

Thursday, September 10, 2009

A Great Day For Dyeing!

I hadn't planned to dye today but a girl's just GOT to sometimes. I pulled out a couple of extra-wide pieces that were already dyed light green and decided to overdye them to use for some quilt backs. A little fuchsia, a batch of golden yellow--let the dyeing begin.













It's a beautiful day in Double Oak, Texas, and only 85 degrees at 11:00 a.m., but it only takes a few minutes to break out in a sweat, or a "glow" for those who prefer a more ladylike term. As we Texans say, "It's not the heat, it's the humidity."













Along comes one of my best helpers to inspect the work.













He leaves behind a mud resist.













Can't waste leftover dye! Toss a little turquoise into the fuchsia, maybe a little more turquoise...













Now I MUST get back to the sewing machine--quilt binding's a'waitin'.

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