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Category: How to dye yarn

Dyeing 3 Colors of Green on EGGSHELL

Dyeing 3 Colors of Green on EGGSHELL

Green is trending for spring! This color has been popping up like a weed on all types of things. I’ve spotted purses, shoes, interiors, and make-up in this fresh shade. But there is a gaping hole in my wardrobe, and I’m cooking up plans to fill that hole with a hand-knit tank top in a […]

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Ombré Dip Dyed Yarn

Ombré Dip Dyed Yarn

Ombré is when color is shaded or graduated in tone – which means it transitions from dark to light. This is a beautiful effect in yarn that can often work up to create stripes and pools of color in knit and crochet. Today on the blog we are going to be dyeing up a purple […]

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How To Dye an Easy Gradient on KNOMAD Sandstone

How To Dye an Easy Gradient on KNOMAD Sandstone

Have you ever tried to hand dye a gradient on bare yarn? Many tutorials you will find online instruct you to make a gigantic loop of yarn. I tried to make a 50-foot long skein once. The whole endeavor had me tangled in knots! Not only did I transform my living room into a giant […]

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How to dye Starry Night inspired baby alpaca yarn

How to dye Starry Night inspired baby alpaca yarn

Baby alpaca yarn is a treasure in a dyer’s arsenal. The delicate haze of baby alpaca and its delightful warmth make it a favorite for cold weather accessories and sweaters. Alpaca are naturally gentle on the ecosystem, making their fibre an environmentally friendly choice.  It can be tricky to dye alpaca, as the fibre does […]

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How to Dye Warm Weather Friendly Yarn

How to Dye Warm Weather Friendly Yarn

Knitting in the summer is a bit of a conundrum. You’d think long summer days full of lounging on the beach or hanging out by the fireside would make the perfect opportunity to get some knitting in. Unfortunately knitting in the heat can sometimes be a feat of endurance greater than running across hot sand […]

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