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Friday, December 31, 2010

A lesson in gradations . . . . .

Aren't they just beautiful?

I have spent the last few days with my head in the dye pot.  6 gradations of 5 different colors.  That's 30 pots . . . . at an hour a pot . . . . . . no wonder I feel loopy!

A beautiful blue
Pumpkin Patch
Forest Green
Pimento Red
Old Bronze
These will be bundled up (nice and cute) and traveling with me to my next show in Sanford, North Carolina.  More info on that show coming soon!

Right now it is time to take a little break.  Glad the weather is okay today.  I feel the need to go out and get some fresh air!!

Blessings, Cathi


Country Prims said...

Absolutely stunning! Can I come for lessons?? You sure have been busy:)

wishing you every blessing for the new year and looking forward to seeing more of your creativity in the coming year:)

Linda said...

You did a wonderful job! Each bundle is gorgeous! I'd like one of each! :-)

Carol said...

Your dyed wool is awesome. I love how they're all stacked up so nicely. Happy New Year.

Quilt Hollow said...

I believe I'll be seeing you at the show. :-)

Karen said...

I am drooling over the wools! You did a beautiful dying job.

Micki said...

The wools are so pretty. The colours are amazing!

Carrie P. said...

OOO, both posts showing the wool are so pretty. Are you going to be in Statesville too?