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June 19, 2012

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Nicole

You have the BEST clothesline! I need to get my own woad pot going!

Cozy Memories

No natural dyeing since last fall ? I wonder how you survived ! ;-)
These photos bring back so many memories to my mind & heart.
The gathering, the friends, the fun, the love. It will have to happen again !
xoxo Love you

Dorien Ruben

It looks great, too! I think I should do some dyeing experiments in the future..

barbara

the weather has been perfect for indigo too

Rachel~At the Butterfly Ball

Do you grow the indigo yourself? I've tried planting it several times and something always prevents it from spouting/or growing if a few do manage to sprout! The baby dress is beautiful in blue!

Leonie

Gosh, that's beautiful! The colours are simultaneously more subtle and more intense than anything you can find in the shops. Wonderful!

It's only my first visit (I found you through Geninne's archives), but I think I'm hooked!

Kathleen

Beautiful colours!

Michaelanneneal

One of these days I am going to try this!! A perfect day for the clothesline:) I love yours..

Hoola Tallulah

What gorgeous colours!

air max en france

Tack för att du önskar oss alla stunder av fred, tydlighet och oändliga möjligheter. Fortsätt skriva och vi fortsätter att läsa en sådan en mycket trevlig och inspirerande blogg.

Annie @ knitsofacto

Gorgeous colours!

Just the other day I dusted off my walnut dye jar and coloured some yarn ... there must be something in the air!

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