Spinner Art with Color Magnet

Today I’m on to using my spinner with Jacquard Color Magnet.

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Printed Fabric Bee: Ice Dyeing with Color Magnet

This is the third in my series this month on using resists with ice dyeing. This is also posted on The Printed Fabric Bee blog. Oh, how I love Jacquard Color Magnet! Since I love ice dyeing and Color Magnet, I wanted to see how they would work together. Color Magnet isn’t really a resist…

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Sewing Bags and More

Before I get to the bags, I’ve been doing a lot of gardening. Harvesting blueberries every day is a such a meditative time for me. If I get up early enough, the dogs in the area are still asleep and it’s so quiet. Dave caught me out there harvesting the other day. I wear white…

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Indigo Dyeing Session at East

This past Wednesday Teresa at East Branch Library held an Indigo dyeing class. Teresa had gone with me to an indigo dyeing class at the Carnegie Center last September and like me, fell in love with Indigo. She scheduled this class and we’ve all been eagerly waiting for the day to come. We’ve had so…

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Scarf Dye-A-Thon

Several weeks ago I gave my best bud Barb one of my dyed scarves for her birthday. It was one using Color Magnet, not the ice dyed ones I gave away here. She liked it so much that she ordered several for gifts. So for the past week, after receiving some new dyes from Dharma…

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Color Magnet Q & A

Thank you all for reading my blog post this past Tuesday on Lynn’s Smudged Textile Studio website all about one of my favorite products, Jacquard Color Magnet. Since I heard from several of you with questions, I thought I’d make a blog post answering them. First off, Jan left me a Speakpike voice mail. Unfortunately,…

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Jacquard Color Magnet – my new love

Today I am the October guest blogger on Lynn Krawczyk’s Smudged Textiles Studio about this great product, Jacquard Color Magnet. Come on over to Lynn’s website and let me tell you about some of my experiments with this new love of mine. In a nutshell, less dye is best if you want a strong contrast.¬†…

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