Hello, dear dyeing students,
Cheryl asked me to post our attempts at using oxalis blossoms on various wool yarns. It was a success in that we got color but this is not something we will repeat even though having an ample supply of it in the yard.
My daughter fired up the roasting pan one more time today to run through our last round of pokeberries for the season. That has always been a great color although a bit temperamental.
Most everything else is done now so the garden will be given over to edible plants until spring returns.
To look forward to next spring- the return of larkspur and orange cosmos. Hopefully we will get some black hollyhocks this year. The seeds have been stubborn to sprout and I have to protect the plants from chicken musings.
What are you working on these days? Any big projects looming in the wings? Let me know how you are and what's up in your world.