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What gorgeous colors you produced in this roving! From the previous photo of the wool in the steamer I would not have dreamed that these glorious colors would be the result.
Oh, wonderful colours.LG,Helga
I absolutely love these warm vibrant colours, but, oh I am so annoyed. I got rid of one of those steamers two years ago at a car boot!!!!!! Ouch!!!!
Beautiful! I've never heard of those steamers before... maybe I should take up dyeing so I have a reason to purchase one! ; )
Wow! Who'd have thought? I'm with Sharon, what a surprise!
Interesting!!! Having said that, I'm voting for the "cool" option.What a fascinating process.The inter-weaving certainly shows off those colours to their best advantage.
fantastic colour range - great results
Wow, that's really inspiring - and you have some beautiful fibre to spin now. Can't wait to see what this makes.
Wow! Stunning colours!
Amazing! The colors are so vibrant and beautiful.
yep, great colours - and to think that I steam mine in an old pasta pot:(( I should have better equipment too:))
hmm! that's an idea.how long did you steam it?
Wow - I think I might have to put a steamer on my Christmas list - first I need some instructions as to what you do to get those yummy colours!!! How about it?
ok, I will post links to useful sites in my next post :-)
This is just fantastic. The colour is gorgeous. Everytime I use food dye I get mud!
I had thought about food colouring but resorted to acid dyes to get the depth of colour.
Really luscious colours, absolutely gorgeous
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