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Blue marbled effect

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The Art of Cloth Dyeing taught by Jane Dunnewold

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Here are some details about my project:
Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual
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What materials did you use? 100% cotton

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What are you most proud of? Being patient enough to wait for it to batch for 24 hours and some of the results are brilliant.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? I was not able to get the same dyes here in Ireland - I have to order them online which will take a little time. In the meantime I used Dylon dyes. I made up the water with salt and extra washing soda and then followed Jane's directions by adding a teaspoon of colour to each mix. I used jam jars as I have a lot of those. I then put lids on the jars and put them on top of my range where they stayed nice and warm overnight. This was great fun and I can't wait to get the Procion MX dyes to try. Thanks Jane!

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Beautiful & well done. Don't forget to let us see your next batch. Thanks for sharing. :-)

02/26/2013 Flag

This is very striking and beautiful. I am wondering what kind of fabric it is? It looks like it might be silk.

03/04/2013 Flag

Actually it's 100% cotton! I bought a bold of cotton from Ikea to use for dyeing (my best option here as we don't have anywhere that does PFD fabric. Thanks for your kind comment.

03/09/2013 Flag