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Navy Green Overdye

Created in this Craftsy Course

The Art of Cloth Dyeing taught by Jane Dunnewold

Whether you seek to create your own fabric, give new life to old items or just play with colors, The Art of Cloth Dyeing is the class for you.

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Category Quilting
Style Funky
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What materials did you use? Natural Cotton fabric, Crochet Cotton, Procion MX Dyes

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What are you most proud of? Taking a stab at mixing my own violet.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? Go ahead and overdye!

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This is absolutely beautiful. Very inspiring :)

10/10/2012 Flag

Thank you :-)

10/10/2012 Flag

Scrumptious!

10/10/2012 Flag

Thanks Pam :-)

10/10/2012 Flag

inspiring

10/12/2012 Flag

Thank you!

10/12/2012 Flag

Beautiful and creative, love

02/17/2013 Flag

Thanks!

02/20/2013 Flag

That is perfect. I was trying to get a similar effect but scrunched the second time in yellow and everything turned shades of green. How did you get this look?

03/30/2013 Flag

For the scrunched one (pale turquoise) I used less dye powder for a more faded, less saturated color. Sounds like maybe your second dye in yellow resulted in green because there was still room for the blue areas to absorb some yellow (still parking space in those molecules as Jane would say lol). To avoid that result, the first dye bath would have to fully "fill up" with dye the areas exposed, then the second dye bath would only take in the other areas. Hope that makes sense :-)

04/05/2013 Flag