The oranges on the left are Rit dye tangerine. The pink/orange on the right are Adirondack and Jacquard Pinata inks.
These are Adirondack blues and purples.
In process dyeing, with Pinata colors "sangria" and "santa fe red" on top and Adirondack "raisin" and "lettuce" on the bottom.
More Rit dye, this time in lime (which is a rhyme :-)
I did the Rit dyes in ziploc bags and everything else was dyed in plastic containers. I used a variety of fabrics including cheesecloth (scrim), muslin, tea towel sacking (which I really like) and even some old hankies. I cut the embroidered flowers off the hankies before I dyed them and will probably put them up for grabs at some point. Would anyone be interested in that?
Over the weekend I got out my embellisher and had at a piece of black felt with some pink silk roving and some other stuff. The contrast is really good and I'm thinking of embellishing it further with some stitched-on copper shim. I'll probably turn it into ATCs.
I am remaining ensconced at the dining room table until my studio is finished. I can't bear not to have a place to work. We just move things on and off the table at dinner time. My poor children wouldn't know a normal mother if they fell over one!