Drip drop

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Drying the wool was taking forever, so now I have all my buckets in play. I also switched from vinegar to citric acid, because working in the same room as the dye pots are a headache waiting to happen.

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I’d rather be done and begin weaving my rug, but at least the view is fun while I chug away at my cotton sample. I do need to find a solution to all the dripping as well as taking up half the room with dangling objects.

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7 thoughts on “Drip drop

      1. Ohh, de killinger. Ja garn og katte er en dårlig kombination, jeg kan stadig huske mine garnnøgler fra jeg var lille … 🙁

  1. Drying like this can take forever. I have a collection of towels in which I roll the newly dyed roving to extract as much water as possible. It seems to help.

    1. I do this with yarn but wanted to mess with the fiber as little as possible since I’ll be weaving it as is. I may have to try it though, because this much fiber is a bit unwieldy to dry all at once!

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