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October 27, 2010


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mathyld ▲under the pyramids▲

These colours are incredible !!!
x x x


I wouldn't blame the critters, those look delicious!


So pretty! What kind of dried fruit slices are those?

Margaret Oomen

those would be quince:)


you are such an inspiration! i would love to take that class that you attended. be careful that your bundles don't get moldy!


The colors look amazing can't wait to see :)


Can't wait to see what they look like!


for now they look so nice as bundles

Kit Lang

love that dark teal and that gorgeous hyacinthy colour!


This might be silly, but why not drying them with a hair-dryer ?
Can't wait to see you "play" with all these fantastic colors ...


Maybe just hang them indoors instead. I can't believe how dark that teal is, amazing! Are those tiny quince slices drying? Pretty. It will be fun to see how you use all your gorgeous dyed pieces.

Sonia {Cozy Memories}

as much as I'm very excited to see how they are going to be once unwrapped, I think like Arounna & find that they are so gorgeous as is.
big hugs xoxo


I understand your impatience. I can't wait to see them too!

What about hanging them near your furnace or hot water tank?


Can you use the residual heat in your oven from baking? When it has cooled a little, put them on a tray inside and they will dry nicely.

or...Do you have airing cupboards in Canada? over here, there is a linen cupboard built round the hot water tank. The shelves are amde of slats with gaps. SO the ambient heat helps to finish off the drying of towels and such. (there are still plenty of people who don't own tumble dryers.) I use my airing cupboard for such things as bundles of interesting things that won't dry.
Sandy in the UK

andrea gutierrez

it's been awhile since i have come by and visited your place here. the new clean and simplified aesthetic suits you well. it puts more emphasis on the glorious photos you share. well done indeed :)


i can't wait to see them- hurry up, little bundles!

gwen (Belgium-Europe)

This is soooooo cool ! How do you do that ?

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