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March 22, 2011


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even your dyeing journal is exquisite! i love all the little samples.
i'm looking forward to your sale tomorrow.


hmm any onion skin made its way into the journal yet? i'm curious as to what that looks like... ;)


That dyeing journal will be a rich source of inspiration for a long time to come. I took a dyeing class a few years back and the instructor had kept skeins of all her dyeing experiments and the "recipes" for each one. It was beautiful. I'm so looking forward to more Margie stones--they can't be duplicated!


What a fantastic way to document your beautiful experiments. I especially love the dyed crochet bits.


Oh my God! That journal is amazing...simply a-mazing. You never cease to surprise me with your creativity :)


I'm enthralled by your dyeing adventures! What a great idea to keep a journal to document the experiments!

Carol C.

How beautiful! Everything!

Carole M.

..a great reference point from your new journal Margaret; looking good.


what a lovely way to document your dyeing journey.

the stones are beautiful! looking forward to seeing the extra special pebbles


wow, i can already tell i could spend ages pouring over the pages of that journal. fantastic!


That's a great idea. And yours is simple yet lovely. Oh, you are having so much fun!!

Jody Pearl

I'm enjoying watching your dyeing journey - you're so organised...but then you would be.

Thought immediately of you when I heard this book being reviewed the other day http://www.amazon.com/Sound-Wild-Snail-Eating/dp/1565126068


Sonia / Cozy Memories

I really don't know why I haven't started one of my own. Maybe I rely too much on the digital version (online), which is not that good. I should start one too, thanks for the reminder :) <3 the shell closure. xoxo


to dye journal:
now there's a brilliant idea

so would love you to come down with A. for another day of dye experimenting...

eva vercauteren

The dye journal must be a very inspiring piece. It looks really nice!


What kind of tape is that, with the grid pattern on it? It looks like dry wall tape, but too skinny. Very curious.


Your dye journal is like a treasure.

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