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Category: How to dye yarn

Hand Painted Yarn with Food Coloring on Duo

Hand Painted Yarn with Food Coloring on Duo

Hand painting yarn is a great way to get really precise color application. Food coloring is a great option to try out hand painting because it is kitchen safe, affordable, and comes in lots of bright colors! Today we are going to be hand painting two skeins of DUO yarn with Wilton gel food coloring. […]

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How To Dye a Crystal Ball Inspired Colorway on PRISM

How To Dye a Crystal Ball Inspired Colorway on PRISM

Spooky season is coming up! As soon as that first cool breeze hits, you know I’m reaching for my knitting. With so many new yarns to dye from Knomad, I have my work cut out for me! One beautiful new bare yarn is called PRISM. Prism is a blend of soft superwash merino wool with […]

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Ocean Blue Ombre with Food Coloring

Ocean Blue Ombre with Food Coloring

The new SNOWDRIFT MINIS are the perfect size to dye up an ombre colorway. In this post we will be adding one mini skein at a time to a dye bath. This process will mean that the dye bath will exhaust as skeins are added, making each skein lighter than the previous skein. This method […]

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Natural Dyes for Wool: Marigolds

Natural Dyes for Wool: Marigolds

It’s summertime as I write this, and in the full swing of summer it’s easy to find those dependably cheery flowers: marigolds! Marigolds are ideal for the beginning gardener. They’re hardy and survive in many different environments, from Zone 2 to Zone 11, when sown as seed on the ground, and the common orange variety […]

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