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Color by accident: low-water immersion dyeing
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in canning jars and plastic bags; with ice, and snow, and or hot water; with no salt or so much salt that where I poured the excess dye on my grass nothing will ever grow there in my life time!!
I stumbled around for three years and have a box of dyed fabric but never understood how I arrived at any of it and certainly could never have reproduced any of it had I wanted to.
Recently I was looking over the paper work that came with my recent fabric dye order and there in the right-hand corner I read, " for more information read Ann Johnson's book "Color by Accident" as plain as can be.
I ordered the book, and love it. It is a small text book full of clear explanations of the fabric dyeing process for beginners. It is also a a great review for experienced fabric dyers. Now I understand how low immersion fabric dyeing in my garage works and what I can expect to happen.
I am much more comfortable with the process; it is a lot more fun; and I can't wait until I can carve time out of my busy schedule to dye more fabric.