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Gail Callahan discovered weaving in the 1990's, leading her to a small business called The Kangaroo Weaver. A few years later, she began dyeing for personal use. The following year, Valley Yarns asked her to dye yarns exclusive to WEBS, America's Yarn Store, in Northampton, Massachusetts. She now teaches dyeing at WEBS, and continues to dye for them as well as for her own business, The Kangaroo Dyer.
Gail Callahan has written a well organized, beautifully illustrated guide for taking the mystery out of dyeing yarn. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Clenaghan
I was looking for something with a little more depth than this book. It's a nice book, and the author tells how to dye fiber and yarn, but only in the most general terms. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Hortensia
Can't wait to try out these recipes. As an novice dyer, I found the information very helpful.Published 3 months ago by 2beekeepers
I've checked this book out from the library so many times. I had to buy it.Published 4 months ago by A. Endicott
An excellent teacher ....my first dyeing experience was perfection using this book. Gail shows many types and options of dyeing and great information on dyeing materials.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer