Thursday, March 11, 2010

Double, double toil and trouble...



There was no scale of dragon or tooth of wolf ... or a caldron for that matter!
...however, lots is going on in my kitchen today!


No, it is not some crazy green soup!

I was dyeing some leafy green felt
and ... it came out really beautiful


Head over to see Kirsty for more creative spaces.

44 comments:

  1. It's a gorgeous colour! Hooray for you & for having a crack at stuff.

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  2. what a great green! I'm having to do yellow at the moment for blonde doll hair!

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  3. It looks good enough to eat to me! Gorgeous.

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  4. Delicious! Wonder what it will become...?

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  5. Great vibrant colour and brilliant dying technique!

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  6. you're on a roll ... with the blogging and the felting. see you tonight.

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  7. That is the best green I have seen in a long time... actually if my son saw it he would yell "Ben 10 colour mummy" Loving your little cuddly dolls too.

    xo Steph

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  8. That's my new favorite green. :)

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  9. aghhh so that is how you do it!!!!

    love all your creations and felt colors too :)

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  10. I have felt your felt! (ahem, excuse me). It's gorgeous and felty and woolly and nothing' like that Spotlight stuff. In fact, I'm never, ever, not for nothin', going back to the Spotlight stuff.

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  11. Hehe, I feel a bit like a witch when dyeing wool too! What fun :)

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  12. Oh that looks fantastic! I love dying fabric - it does feel like you're creating some amazing concoction doesn't it? :) K

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  13. What a stunning colour, it matches my felt ball!

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  14. i love that green. Your felt creations are really cute :)

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  15. Beautiful! Love your dolls- so gorgeous. Perfect for little ones tiny soft hands. xo m.

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  16. Your felt looks delicious. I love the color!

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  17. well, naturally i love me a bit of green ~ this is a divine colour

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  18. Love the association with Shakespeare! The felt looks great. Would love to dye some myself one day. Adding it to the mental list of crafty things to do...

    :)

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  19. Gorgeous colour! Always love a bit of dyeing action.

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  20. Thank you! and I am so glad it wasn't soup! ha ha Lovely colour - I lurve GREEN!

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  21. Wow what a surprise to go from the dark green soup to the bright, sunny green.

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  22. Love the shade of green you've got there, so cheery and fresh!

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  23. I *love* it - what a beaut colour...

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  24. gorgeous grassy green! looks good enough to lay on

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  25. What a marvellous shade of green :)

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  26. fabulous green. I love dyeing felt so much less work than yarn :). (and I can't accidentally felt it hehe)

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  27. Gorgeous colour. I love the mixing in action photos!

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  28. what a fab green colour fantastic!

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  29. Lovely stuff going on here! Thanks for your comments on my blog too! I just wanted to let you know that I got the pattern for the pink edging here:

    http://www.mypicot.com/crochet_patterns_mcolor01.html

    I should post it on the blog *rolls eyes*

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  30. Great colour and I love the "couldron"! Nice shop too! Good luck with everything! Nic

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  31. that definitely is a lovely shade of green! i look forward to seeing what you use it for

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  32. Wow that is a cool colour! Thanks for the comment on my blog xx

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  33. Oh, lovely hand dyed felt - I am always on the look out for felt of all sorts! :)

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  34. Just delightful, I love your rainbow felt and dolls, thanks for joining my blog, love and light Marie

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  35. Hey Trudi, you're soooo hot right now...

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  36. Gorgeous colour. Love the stewing pot, looks like it could have had a few frogs legs in there.

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  37. Gorgeous little dolls for dear little hands. Your green felt is another beautiful colour to those you already have.

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