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May 16, 2011


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i like your artistic science laboratory. beautiful colours.


Ah, to have access to an indigo vat...


so much eye candy! i love the scallop shells - can't wait to hear more details on what you are brewing up in them. wonderful dyed goodness as usual.


Oh wow! I love seeing all of these colours. Looks like nice weather too. I'm eager to see your forget me not results as they have taken over our garden this year. The peony petals look delicious :)


i wish i could send you some of these lovely flowers from our side of the world...to see what lovely things you could make....


wishing I could have shared this dyeing session with you !
ahah, so you too, you've been brewin' LOL


are they all experiments? or are they recipies (the solar dying, that is)
the indigo is so seductive, isn't it?

waiting to see your dye journal
have you seen Trudy van Stralen's work?

Carol Dee

All are so lovely. I am looking forward to seeing what the peony petal do. Hugs...


Your eggsperiments are very eggciting ! Such an eggstraordinary dyeing ! :)


Oh I love those crocheted stones in indigo!When is the next shop update?AriadnefromGreece!

cari-jane hakes

oh oh oh i just painted a long line of those pebbles in my sketchbook over the weekend! I like the egg version.


You are having so much fun and the results are lovely. Wonderful to see.


There is just so many fun and interesting things in this post, Margie. I love the glimpse of your lab and can`t wait to see the results of your experiments. Magnolia petals!


wow! beautiful and amazing!!!
do you have money plant up there? i just did a batch of solar dyed cotton, premordanted with alum in an aluminum pot and the color is amazing! i just took the cloth out, but you can see the photos of the plant and the liquid in the jar before and after here http://littleowlarts.blogspot.com/2011/05/solar-dye-results-revealed.html

hope you are getting some sun there, it sure is rainy here!

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