Thank you to those of you who responded with positive energy and words to the effect that yes, you would be interested in taking this class.
It takes quite a bit of time and energy to write, test, and document a class so expect to see it at QU after the first of the year or so- if she likes what she sees.
Above are some test samples of different kinds of wool that students might want to dye. I will probably offer some of the lighter colors on my web site supply page for students to buy if they do not have access to natural yarns.
In week two we will dye roving for those who want to spin their own yarn or do some felting. If this isn't something you want to do, we can always dye more yarn using the same recipes and techniques.
The results we can get can span the value spectrum from very soft pastels to deep, rich color absorption as you can see.