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Playing with Colours

My first hand-dyed fabrics, ready to go into the wash for final rinsing and setting. Can’t wait until I can see them dry.

Boysenberry and turquoise

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Fuchsia and golden yellow

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Dark grey and intense blue

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Brightest green and sun yellow

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More soon!

Posted: June 6th, 2010

Topics: My Quilting Journey

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6 Responses to “Playing with Colours”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by MishkaOttawa and Peg Danelius, Peg Danelius. Peg Danelius said: Gorgeous colors RT @MishkaOttawa: Colour play: http://bit.ly/9UWABu [...]

  2. upstatelisa says:

    Michele those are wonderful! I esp love the boysenberry and the grey! what color dyes are those (are those the names of the dyes)?

  3. Garilyn says:

    The colors are awesome!
    .-= Garilyn’s latest post: Embellished Shirt =-.

  4. janet says:

    Remarkable colour gradations. I’m keen to see this when it’s dried and ironed. And even more keen to see what you will make with it. A lot of work went into that yardage!!!
    Congratulations on your success!
    .-= janet’s latest post: I’ve been a bad bad blogger!!! =-.

  5. Anita Westerveld says:

    What beautiful colours, you instantly get a good mood from it!

  6. [...] done at the end. I haven’t decided what fabrics I want to use. I might go brights and use my hand-dyed fabrics I made last week. Or perhaps something warm and calming with browns, beiges, blues, burgandy and [...]

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