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September 04, 2012

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Pat de verre

Wow, you are too modest...what a great result!

Elaine Akers

Beautiful! Now, what project will you use these dyed fabrics on? Can't wait to see.

Jackie Smith

These are just wonderful pieces of art! Each one is unique and stunning! Thanks for sharing!

Cindy Eagan

Oh my, love, love! You are going to have to teach me how!

Andrea Stork

Glory-Osky! These are gorgeous. I'd love to "dye" with you sometime. I have a boarload of poke plants let Me know when how to harvest and we can play....

Unfortunately for me, my sister from Colorado is making an unexpected trip and will be here Sat and Sunday. I will not be ble to be t the play date. Dang it. HAve a great time.


jeanie

Joanne, these are simply exquisite. I've done pounding but never the dyeing. The soft colors are so rich. Bravo!

Deb

Beautiful...wish we lived closer so that we could have a dye-fest! xo

Kris

Wow!! Love these! Great patterns and colors goin on.

connie

I think they turned out beautiful! funny how some things produce more color. she and i had good results with the vinegar, too. red onion skins made intense color...so did yellow weed flowers (dandelions? a brilliant yellow). did you steam them? we had the best results when we steamed. i just picked a new one up at the thrift store for $5, but i haven't tried it yet.....off to LA in 3 weeks....

vicki

They came out really cool

Sue Trump

I am looking for rusty nails for you!

Brenda Bliss

Looks like fun!

Andi Hinkle

Joanne...I love all of your efforts! Beautiful!

Kathy Mc

I love them all. Great job!

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