sewso wrote:bettyannseeman, thanks for that great website...I just ordered their catalog. So much to learn! In my early days, I was into spinning and dyeing my own yarns for weaving, so fabric dyeing is new to me. I loved all of nature's bounty for dying wool, such as moss, lichen, walnut hulls, etc. I wonder, are there no natural products for fabric dyes?
sharons440, I think those are wonderful questions, not silly at all!
Now, here's one that will make you feel smart, off topic a bit. What the heck does LQS stand for? I see it used quite frequently here on the forum. I get the "Quilt Shop" part, but what does the L stand for?
bettyannseeman wrote:The Procion Fiber Reactive dyes work on any and all natural fibers like silk, rayon, cotton, cane for baskets, wool, of course human skin.
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