04 March 2014

Wordless Wednesday

weed colors

natural dyed

medallions

A Cowl of Many Colors

knit with love

natural dyes with undyed

convertible cowl

convertible hat

assortment, natural dyes

a crochet version of the popular hue shift afghan in natural-dyed cotton

indigo rainbow

all my colors

scarf detail

colorful scarf

almost divine

almost divine

Slopestyle Slouchy Hat

Slopestyle Slouchy Hat

Not So Slouchy Slopestyle Snowflake Hat

Not So Slouchy Slopestyle Snowflake Hat

All Chained Up Cowl

All Chained Up Cowl

madder-dyed yarn

Maddelyn

Maddelyn

8 comments :

  1. A lovely feast for the eyes!

    Blessings always

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    1. Thank you, Stitchy! People kept asking what I was going to do with all my natural-dyed yarn... this is just a tiny bit of what I'm doing with it...

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  2. Very creative every tie at your see. The glass head is really stylin too

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    1. Thanks, Pat! That glass head reminds me of some politicians... :)

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  3. That teddybear is so sweet, a standout among beautiful things!

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  4. Love seeing the details on the yarn in some of these photos. And the teddy bear is cute! :)

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  5. lots of beautiful things to keep you warm in winter. Love the caps. :)

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  6. Sorry - must have hit a wrong key. Let's start over.

    Oooooh - you will have the best-dressed neck this spring! (If spring ever comes.) :)

    I LOVE the Indigo Rainbow. Love them all, actually. You got some beautiful shades of yarn there, girl. Is that slip stitch crochet on the convertible hat?

    P.S. For some reason when I saw the caption "madder-dyed yarn" all I could think of was "madder than a wet hen". You could probably come up with a great visual pun for that!

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