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Six Steps to Kool Aid Dyed Wool

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Hand Spun Kool Aid Dyed Yarn

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What inspired your spinning project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Six Steps to Kool Aid Dyed Wool

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What materials did you use? large microwave safe bowl or container plastic garbage bag selection of Kool Aid envelopes plastic coat hanger microwave wool to dye rubber gloves old crappy towel rag

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What are you most proud of? I am really happy with the result of the dyed wool when it is spun!

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Absolutely GORGEOUS...!! You've inspired me to have a go with my youngest child ;-)

11/23/2011 Flag

Great! Have fun :)

11/23/2011 Flag

Nice job on the spinning!

01/08/2012 Flag

Thanks ;)

01/08/2012 Flag

This is beautiful! :)

09/17/2012 Flag

Thanks so much OhDeb! It was a lot of fun ;)

09/18/2012 Flag

Thanks! It is a little scary and I don't know why because I have been a watercolor artist forever. Everyone keeps saying they can't wait to see what I do with dyeing fiber! lol. Maybe its the pressure! I got everything all set up tonight in the garage where I can get messy and there is a sink so I have no excuses now!

09/18/2012 Flag

I am about to embark on the dyeing adventure... ~Deb

09/18/2012 Flag

That's great! I just finished kettle dyeing six hanks of wool. Experimenting with this method as opposed to the hand painted method. I

09/18/2012 Flag

I wish you luck on your adventure :)

09/18/2012 Flag

Beautiful! I did some kool-aid dye both as sun dye, and on the stove. My colored wool took up the dye better on the stove, and I had to add some vinegar. But the cream wool worked great as sun dye.

09/24/2012 Flag