I apologise for the long silence. I've been sick since February, and just haven't had the energy to stay up to date on all social platforms. I even had almost 3 months were I drowned myself in video games, cause I couldn't focus on crafting. But here is a project I really am pleased to … Continue reading A very special capelet
Here is the result of last weekends dyeing at my cottage! All dyed with lichen and mushrooms that I've gathered myself. In total, 2225 grams of yarn. Most in 25 gram skeins. I am in love with the purple and magenta, my favourite colors. The lichen was in an airtight bucket for 4 months, with … Continue reading All natural dyes
This year I took the step from dyeing with commercial dyes, to plant dyes. And that was so much fun, that I suddenly had a lot more yarn than I needed. Imagine that, huh? Strange. So, all these beautiful skeins are going into the shop! I just need to get the time to take photos … Continue reading Coming to the shop – yarn!
I recently finished this lovely pair of mittens, which will be perfect for the cold, autumn days ahead! It was a test knit for Pinneguri, and the pattern was published today. Here is my Ravelry project for the mittens. The pattern name is "Vottene Ylva, storesøster". I knitted the mittens in handspun, plantdyed yarn! The … Continue reading Mittens!
So, I came across a post on Facebook a couple of weeks ago, about dyeing with avocado. The author had gotten a beautiful shade of dusty pink, and I wanted to try it out! I used my Google-fu to search up all the info I could find, and also scoured my groups on Facebook for … Continue reading Avocado = pink
I have gathered this mushroom over time, and now I had enough to dye! It's a very sought after mushroom for dyeing with, because it can give a nice range of colors, and it's very lightfast. The yarn I used was pure wool, except one, that I don't really know what it. But some kind … Continue reading Velvet-footed pax