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September 27, 2004

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Robbyn

Merlin's Grotto, Guinivere's Bower - it's still gorgeous and I can't wait to see what you make with it!

Heheh - now I've got an image of a bunch of ugly mud colors shot through with a sick yellow-green -Mordred's Swamp :)

Your secret pal

Gorgeous yarn... I'd never heard of dying it with easter egg coloring before. So, how much scrubbing did you do during your half-day with hulk hands? ;-)

I hope your package gets there soon... or at least gets there! *sigh*

barb in texas

by any name, your colorway is lovely-

ah, yes- a lack of undyed fibers keeps me from leaping right into the dye vats too- probably a good thing as i need another fiber-related craft like i need the flu right now- but it does look like such fun- (and when you find that source for the undyed yarns please pass the info along- no one ever accused me of moderation)-

stay happy-

bron

Thanks, Robbyn....now I have Mordred's colors running through my head too! ha! But I think it would be fun to do a Camelot series of yarns...too bad I'm not a well-known designer or I might give it a shot. ;)

Don't worry, SP3 - it'll show up - I'll email you as soon as it does! How much scrubbing? Let's just say every time I passed a sink I washed my hands...with regular soap, dishsoap, Softscrub, etc. Hehehe My hands are a bit raw, but at least they're clean!

Regarding the egg dyes - I definitely need to experiment some more to find the perfect method. Time to Google!

Barb - thanks so much - I'm glad to hear others like the colors too. I know what you mean about another hobby. After all, if I enjoy dyeing, it's not much of a leap to spinning! (No! I must resist!!!)

Don't worry - I'll share if I find a good place to buy. :)

Nathalie

hey yes, I am one who has a spinning wheel sitting in my front room waiting for a bit of time to get my act together - I also have to learn, but the wheel is a good one at least

thanks for the tip about dying yarn with easter egg stuff - the colourway is just gorgeous!

Cheers

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