Thursday, January 14, 2010

Even MORE Snow Dyes!!

I loved the first batch so much that I started a second, and WOW - these are great too!! Now we're having a January thaw, so it'll be a while before I get to do more.

SD#41 - ****SOLD**** (No one can believe I sold this one - Chris you are one lucky gal!)


SD#39 ****SOLD****






All of these will be for sale (maybe, I LOVE #41) on my website in a day or two.

If you missed my tutorial, go back a couple of posts and you can see how I make these.

Happy dyeing!!


  1. These are really gorgeous! How serendipitous of the snow/dye/melting process to create such beautiful fabric. Thanks for sharing!

  2. These are all gorgeous. I'm sure I wouldn't be able to part with any...for sure not #41.
    I was going to do it today, but got sidelined. We still have lot's of snow so tomorrow.
    What type of dyes do you use, or did I miss that in the tutorial?

  3. Yummy yummy....these are soooo cool.. I can't wait to get more dyes to do some more... hopefully by tomorrow..

  4. Gorgeous! You're right about the first's a keeper.

  5. gorgeous! i cannot wait for another snowfall!

  6. SD41 is sold? Can I have a bidding war with the person who bought it? LOL! I love that one! :-) Thanks for posting your process. Just read your post on the QuiltArt list and had to come check it out. We're in a January thaw here as well but there might be enough snow left for me to grab some tomorrow and try this out.

  7. These are beautiful! I usually only dye in the summer, when the basement is warm enough, and I have been itching to do some dyeing in the midst of this very cold winter we are having--and now I can. Thanks for the info!

  8. Way cool stuff -- I've been enjoying snow dyeing too this year.

  9. Lovely! You even inspired me to try it. I have a couple of yards melting right now. I'm hoping for a very light, splotchy fabric (used blue only) for a background for a scrap quilt. What concentration of dye did you use?

  10. Wow! That first one looks like amythyst crystals. Neat!