This Month Jung Kang shared with us the pleasures of dyeing your yarn with food safe colors. Her presentation was wonderful light, carefree and full of information on natural dyes such as red onion skins, turmeric, koolaid, and food colors. If anyone has any questions, they can contact Jung on Ravelry under the username “yarnphreak”. Jung also shared some websites about dyeing yarn. http://www.pburch.net http://www.dyeyouryarn.com http://www.dharmatrading.com http://www.ravelry.com;groups/what-a-kool-way-to-dye
Purchase undyed skeins at any of the following http://www.knitpicks.com http://www.yarn.com
http://www.wool2dye4.com http://www.catnipyarns.com http://www.paradisefibers.com. http://www.littleknits.com
Next Month – Wendy from Shaggy Bear Farms will be talking to us about her dyeing journey and ice dyeing. She will also have some of her dyed yarns available for purchase.
Shirley has decided this is her last year as President. If you are interested please let us know. We would love to have you join our board now so you can get a feel for the job and we would love your input.
The 4th annual Fiber/Knitting retreat will be May 1st-4th. If you didn’t sign up this year and are interested, let Donnaa know firstname.lastname@example.org we can get you on the list for next year. We will let you know all about it at the next Guild meeting.