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Michele Micarelli explains transcolor dyeing
Gene Shepherd's wool selections for a rug hooking project.
"Black Labrador Retriever" wool dyed by Gene Shepherd
Marbling wool tutorial with Caroline Dlugy-Hegwer
Gene's Shepherd's Dump Dye wool, this time with a variety of tweeds.
"Wild Roses" marbleized wool (Karen Kahle)
Painting wool with dye - Pamela Brown Welch
Gene Shepherd's "Pancake" dye method wool described in an Internet Rug Camp video.
Hand dyed wool source....Black Horse Antiques
Dip dyeing projects from Martha Stewart
"Lazy Swatch" dyeing method
Stained Glass Wool Collection (Paulette Enerson)
"Dump Dye" wool on the Internet Rug Camp (rug hooking)
Salt shaker wool dyeing technique (rug hooking)
Interesting idea, worth trying.
Wool dyed using the salt shaker technique, the one on the left was undisturbed in the pan, while the one on the right was moved around a bit.
Hitomi Takahashi hand hooking a leaf with wool dyed using Gene Shepherd's Ordered Pancake Dye process (rug hooking)
Color planning example, hand hooked rug from Yankee Peddler
Hand dyed wool at Liberty Cottage in Canandaigua, NY Finger Lake Region. Bright colors and all.
Died and went to HEAVEN.
I have some of my wool here for sale!
Tea Staining, Country Sampler Magazine. I wonder how prone this is to sun bleaching...
A movement to revive the wool industry for the benefit of the world.
The Campaign for Wool - at about 4 min, he speaks to the beneficial properties of wool.
Wool using Gene Shepherd's "Ordered Pancake Dye" process
love this look! Where can I get ahold of the instructions for this dye technique?
Hi, Theresa, I just pinned another pic of Gene's Pancake wool. Too gorgeous. He has an excellent video describing the process on his Internet Rug Camp. It's $35 per year, but there are more than 60 videos, a bunch of free patterns, his blog, and you can ask him questions there. Well worth it!
He's also got a video there describing how to hook this wool in the way it's shown in this oak leaf. Plus, the "Pickering Oak" shown here is one of the free patterns.
Ingrid Hieronimus’ Primary Fusion wool dyeing system
Shibori technique for dying fabric
Potential dyeing experiment