DVD

Professional Yarn Dyeing at Home DVD

$29.99

W0161R

Description

If you’re ready to make unique hand-dyed yarn, expert dye instructor Sarah Eyre is here to show you how. Start learning how to craft custom fibers with tips for setting up your dye space, choosing materials and preparing your yarn. Once your supplies are all in place, you’ll find out how to create eye-catching solid, semi-solid, variegated and speckled yarns using superwash wool, silk blends and untreated farm wool. Along the way, Sarah will explain dyeing best practices, how to troubleshoot slip-ups, where to find color inspiration and how to start mastering this fun, rewarding technique. By the end of class, you’ll be able to safely create vibrant yarns at home.

NOTE: Any PDF materials associated with this class are not provided with the DVD-only purchase. You must have streaming access to download those materials. To purchase the combination DVD + Streaming form of this class, click here.

Class Sessions

Getting Ready to Dye (14:59)
Meet Sarah Eyre, expert dyer and fiber artist. She’ll introduce you to the benefits of home dyeing, then help you choose yarns, dyes, and safe, easy-to-use mordants. Next, you’ll set up your dye space with tools and supplies you can dedicate to dyeing, and already have on hand.

Preparing Yarns & Dyeing Solid Colors (27:40)
Learn how to prep your yarn for dyeing, how to create rich solid colors with superwash wool, and how to wash and rinse your dyed fibers.

Semi-Solids With Silk Blends (17:36)
Working with a wool and silk blend, Sarah will teach you the veil technique for radiant semi-solid colors and share her tips for layering colors for glowing, beautiful results.

Speckled With Untreated Wool (16:52)
Follow along as Sarah teaches you to work with untreated farm wool and a very fun speckled dye technique that’s great with this rustic fiber. With Sarah’s help, you’ll see why letting go of perfection and uniformity is the most satisfying approach to hand dyeing.

Dyeing Variegated Yarns (18:26)
Learn to create gorgeous variegated yarns with multiple colors that sing together. You’ll see how easy it is to find inspiration all around you and even keep good records of your dye practice.

Drying, Finishing & Next Steps (12:06)
Finally, Sarah will share some best practices for drying your dyed yarns and twisting them into hanks. She’ll also cover proper storing, along with tips for knitting and crocheting with hand-dyed fibers. Then, soak up her ideas for taking the next steps in dyeing to continue exploring this deeply rewarding craft.

Your Instructor

Sarah Eyre
Sarah Eyre has been working as a dyer for more than 10 years. She opened two independent textile and dyeworks companies: The Sanguine Gryphon and Cephalopod Yarns. When not experimenting with a new colorway, Sarah enjoys teaching yarn, fiber and silk dyeing, working as an editor at Cooperative Press, and thinking up hand-dyeing recipes for her latest book.

FAQ

How will I receive my DVD class?
Your class DVD will be shipped in the mail using the address you provide at checkout. You will not have streaming access to this class in your Craftsy Account unless you purchase(d) it separately. If you’d like to own this class in BOTH on-demand streaming form and DVD, we recommend you purchase that combination item on Craftsy.com.

Will the companion materials come with my DVD class?
Any downloadable class PDF materials are not included on the DVD, so you will not have access to those materials. While the video instruction on your DVD is complete, you must have streaming access to download the PDF materials associated with the class. You can purchase streaming access or a combination DVD + Streaming access on Craftsy.com.

Do I have to purchase a Craftsy Membership to get my class?
No, you do not. Every DVD-only class purchased on Craftsy.com includes the physical DVD in the mail. The physical disc(s) are yours to keep forever, with or without a Craftsy membership.

Are DVDs included in a Craftsy Membership?
No, they are not. DVDs can only be purchased on an individual basis and are not included in Craftsy memberships. For non-members, DVDs are a flexible way to purchase only the classes you love best. For members, DVDs are a great choice to build an at-home library you can keep forever and enjoy any time, with or without Internet access.

Do you ship internationally?
Yes, we do ship most physical products, including DVDs, to several International destinations. In addition to the USA and Canada, we ship to Australia, Brazil, India, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, South Africa, and most Western European countries. If you live outside these countries, you can still purchase digital items including memberships, individual streaming classes, and pattern downloads.

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What is your return policy?
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