Blue Green Dye experiment   14 comments

 

 

blue-green-red-coordinated-roving

I finished dying my “blue green dye experiment” yarn. If you recall, I played with colors one evening when A was not home.

I spun the plainer of the two pieces as one single, and the multicolor as another single, then plied them together.

It is awesome to me how the colors shift with the spinning process.Ā  The blue-green became teal and aqua, much of the red became purple. Ignore the red-orange I used to tie the skein, please.Ā šŸ™‚

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I really love how this came out, though, don’t you?

Want to see a little more?Ā  Me too.

I can’t wait to play with colors again and make a companion for this skein.Ā  I have a striped something in mind for all these experiments.Ā  šŸ™‚

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Posted August 3, 2016 by salpal1 in how it came out, What I love

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14 responses to “Blue Green Dye experiment

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  1. It is amazing! And it is amazing how it goes from the wool to the yarn. You are quite the spinner. The yarn is beautiful. I love how the purples just peak here and there throughout the blue and green. Nice job!

  2. You really are getting good at this. Just wondering how long it takes you to spin up say 100g of yarn?

    • Well, it depends on lots of things – one of which is how thin the yarn is to be – it would take no time at all to make a chunky yarn. šŸ™‚ it also depends on how well prepped the wool is, but I think I could do that amount in a week of spinning in the evenings, with a longer push toward the end of the week. But a more experienced spinner could do it much faster.

  3. Well, you’ve just GOT to be happy with that result! I love it. It’s a semisolid looking handspun, but those pops of color are so interesting.

  4. This is simply fabulous! Now, can you recreate the look, for more yardage, if you get more roving and use the same dyes? Or is it too variable?

  5. Great spinning. Love the way the dyes change when spun up. How long before you put them up for sale?

  6. Absolutely stunning. I love to see this, the whole process. I dont spin and it is just fascinating. šŸ™‚

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