I did say I was going to get some dyeing done this summer :o)
So, this week's colorways are quite ORANGE: (ish)
Here is Marty's suggested Sunrise and Susie's Suggested Sun colorway that will be named: "Susie Sunshine"
I put them side by side so you could get a better feel for them through comparison. If you were to just glimpse at the two photos below, your eyes could be tricked into thinking they were of the same thing.
But believe, they are VERY different.
Sunrise: Will be available in sizes 20 and 40
Susie Sunshine: Will be available in size 20 only for right now.
What will be next, you ask?
Well, for one, I haven't done any tatting since I finished my square the other day, so I'd like to get some tatting done. ESPECIALLY since I bought 3 new books that I haven't even touched yet.
But, as far as dyes are concerned, I would like to get some more "Mother of Pearl" dyed up, it was a smashing success.
Also, I would like to tackle Bree's salmon, Neeneral's fruit pie, and the two chocolate suggestions
And also, I've been in contact with some people through email and want to tackle their suggestions as well.
Next week, I will look at some of the other suggestions and see what I can do. :o)
I also need to revisit Kaleidoscope and Harvest.
Also, I've got some idea of my own
Which of these do YOU find most interesting:
Summer's Bliss was actually a suggestion that I sent in to Handy Hands. It was when I got tired of waiting to see if they would pick it or not that I decided I would like try dyeing for myself. Of course, you can see how far that has gone. :o)
So, this one should definitely be done!
So, I have lots planned and I am just getting started! Of course once school starts in the fall, I'll have to slow down again.
Also, it's still not official, but I've talked myself into it enough that I'll mention it. I really really want to go down to Tat Days in September. Even if I can't afford to take the classes, I want to go and sell my HDT. I'll have Livi with me though, but she's already super excited!
That's another reason for my push to dye more this summer.
For one, to save up some money to afford the eight hour or so drive, a place to stay and food to eat.
And secondly, to have a wide range of colors to offer.