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August 29, 2010


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Dree Morris

This looks like so much fun, I will have to try it sometime. (We have one of those gangs too, as well as the nighttime raiding possum gang!)


Sneaky squirrels!

I love the photos of the dye on the table cloth. Unexpectedly beautiful.

Cozy Memories

do you still have available room for next spring or summer workshop ?
I could look at these photos forever.


i love all your dye experiments, and the way you have it laid out on the table. sorry the squirrels had to come and make a mess.


Naughty Squirrels!!!!!

cari-jane hakes

dang those CRAFTY squirrels!

Lovely World

There is humor in this story - although I'm sure it was upsetting to see everything disrupted when you returned home. Love the subtle colors you produced. I await it's transformation into whatever it is you have in mind!


The felt is so beautiful! I'm sure the project wouldn't have been as successful without the help of the squirrels.


Can you read the label in the full sized version of one of your "before" photographs?

Geninne D. Zlatkis

I bet this one was the mastermind ;)

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

"mystery bush" haha! Dern squirrels! A lovely arrangement nonetheless and your results are fabulous.


Could you do a post on how you did the mushroom print? That's just lovely ....

Margaret Oomen

Hi Jackie,
I posted about it last year. You can find it here.


have a lovely evening


grr, naughty squirrels. they probably just couldn't resist those beautiful colours- i know i couldn't!


What a pretty stack of felt. No wonder the squirrels went nuts.


Oh, I love how the Viburnum gave a nice red. I also use plants and berries to dye. I post my results at treepeeps.com. Here is a link to my berry dye trials: http://makinganddoing.blogspot.com/2010/09/berry-dyes.html.

I love your blog :)


wow this looks so interesting! I have no need to dye anything, but this makes me want to have a go. Beautiful!

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