same here in sometimes sunny Nelson - one certainly needs the woolies on whilst tending the dyepots jxx
is that indigo, or logwood? beautiful either way. i did my first logwood dyeing today and made some yardage that looks very much like those dresses - hoping to make a dress with it myself.
neither...tis a cocktail of eucalyptus windfalls, onionshells, railway dogspikes and some over-time fruit juice
geeez I don't think I'll look at canned goods the same way ever again!
seems purple. i love purple. great photo.
I imagine every season offers up different colors, textures and surprises for your dyes.. eye candy seasons.
I learn so much about beauty and nature and colour here.
yum!it feels like this color here in Paris today..
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a beautiful sculpture, and then it "stands up" so to speak, and breathes.inviting
It looks so pretty. I used to dye everything I owned until my mom got tired of me ruining her pots and pans. And, I am absolutely in love with the title of your blog.