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August 22, 2012

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Elaine Akers

Must have been a really fun class. I haven't been online much in the past month, and just this morning am getting to do some blog hopping. I hadn't even written on my own blog in a month.

carol sloan

This is crazy! I've been eco dyeing too! We need to live closer to each other!!! (Late Happy Birthday!)

Kathy Mc

Love this. We should do some at the beach!

Elaine Akers

Fun class and wonderful results. Can't decide which one I like best, as they are all different and lovely.

jeanie

These are awfully pretty, Joanne. Looks like a great class. It would be my cup of tea! (Leftovers to be used as art supplies!)

abby lazar

One of these days I hope to get to Art Unraveled...your dyeing looks wonderful. You can do so much with those pieces...hope you use them in your art!!

Hugs,
abby

Jill-O

I have some pokeberries that are ripening - in case you want some purple to do some more natural dying. I read somewhere that colonists used it as ink for their quill pens.

Jackie Smith

Oh my! These are just gorgeous! What a fun class that must have been! Lorri is so talented and so are you!!

Judy Streger

These are so intriguing.

Angie Platten

Swoon......

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