Here in Southern California, temperatures are pretty warm around here in October; in fact we’ve got a Santa Ana wind blowing temps up to 100* F today and tomorrow, yick! Just two weekends ago I was dyeing silk scarves in my backyard for a show that I did last weekend. Believe or not, these dishpans:
hold scarves that end up looking like this:
and fabric looking like this:
No matter where you live though, you can carve out the time and space to dye delicious fabric, inside or out! If you don’t know, I have a series of self-paced online classes (that don’t have an expiration date) where you can learn everything I know about dyeing fabric with fiber reactive dyes!
a class that teaches you how to dye the Candiotic Table of Elemental Color, and a lot about controlling the hues that you dye:
a class filled with ways to dye your fabric with delicious textures:
or one that teaches you how to dye absolutely gorgeous multi-color silk fabric:
I’ve got the class for you! Click on the pix above to learn more about each individual class, or read all about them here on my classes page. And if you register by November 1st, the code “Boo” will save you 25% on registration, woohoo!!!!