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Category: Egg Shell

Dyer’s Reference Library: RED

Dyer’s Reference Library: RED

We tend to think of Red as a primary color, grouped with Blue and Yellow. But in the dyeing world, the primary pigment closest to the primary color red is actually magenta! Red dye is always made up of several colors, so it cannot be considered a primary pigment by definition. Technical matters aside, red […]

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Dyeing 3 Colors of Green on EGG SHELL

Dyeing 3 Colors of Green on EGG SHELL

Green is trending for spring! This color has been popping up like a weed on all types of things. I’ve spotted purses, shoes, interiors, and make-up in this fresh shade. But there is a gaping hole in my wardrobe, and I’m cooking up plans to fill that hole with a hand-knit tank top in a […]

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How to Dye a Grunge Inspired Layered Yarn on Superwash Merino Wool

How to Dye a Grunge Inspired Layered Yarn on Superwash Merino Wool

I’ve been enjoying listening to 90’s female artists during quarantine. There’s nothing like a little Bjork or Cranberries to brighten my day! My musical tastes of late inspired me to dye a grungy, faded black yarn with pops of bright neon. Learn how to dye it yourself below!   MATERIALS 1 skein of Knomad MARSHMALLOW […]

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Dye a forest inspired speckle yarn on SALCANTAY

Dye a forest inspired speckle yarn on SALCANTAY

With autumn finally here, the air is feeling crisp and the atmosphere is starting to get festive. Here in Southern California, fall doesn’t look as you’d expect it to! Beautiful fall foliage simply doesn’t exist. Nature walks this time of year look more like a desert than a forest. Since I’m pining for a walk […]

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Community Spotlight: Annette at The Knitting Tree LA

Community Spotlight: Annette at The Knitting Tree LA

At The Knitting Tree LA, Annette Corsino-Blair has a vision for creating a yarn shop that’s vibrant and welcoming to all. “I’ve recreated the neighborhood that I grew up in, which was pretty much every nationality you could think of,” says Annette. “I’ve always felt more comfortable in ethnically diverse environments. I want to build […]

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