Fun dyeing . . . going wrong???
I had fun dyeing with one color but even more when mixing colors and see how it ends up 1. RB lemonade (Kool-aid) and smidgen of Sand Dune (Dharma dye) 2. Berry blasting cherry (Kool-aid) and smidgen of Salmon (Jacquard dye) 3. Smidgen of Twilight grey (Dharma dye) and dust of Teal (Jacquard dye) 4. Grape (Kool-aid) and smidgen of Burgundy (Jacquard dye) 5. Smidgen of Fawn (Dharma dye) 6. Smidgen of Green Juniper (Wilton food coloring) 7. Smidgen of royal blue (Jacquard dye)
I took the same yarn I had "dust dye" last week and pour a smidgen of the dye in 100 ml of hot water. Dye was applied on now a 20g mini skeins. I like the result with Dharma dye It is not exactly like the picture on the web site but overall it is colors I can enjoy I can't wait to dye more on large skeins.
Dust of dye
Another day of fun - dyeing yarn use the same rules as this post After multiple try-out, I chose a Superwash DK yarn (Bare from Knit picks). it is a soft yarn and that takes the dye very well. I first put the 100g skein in a ball then I make the ball in 25g skeins (4 each) I used the Dharma dye this time in the following colors And some Gaywool dye ✏ Saltbush ✏Watercrest this is I added only a dust of dye to the 100 ml hot water cup Beautiful very soft pastel colors I only ke