It’s warm outside, so I’ve been dipping my silks and linens in a variety of simmering pots of natural dyes, and then watching them swish about in the wind to dry. My fav at the moment is blue spruce pine cones and cochineal, or a combo of both. The little indigo seedlings make a precious tiny print , as well. I’m back at it, living in my dream world. Lucky woman. .
This little beauty was crocheted with cotton, baby alpaca, silk, and bamboo. The triangle edge was designed by Tamara Kelly of Moogly and is lovely, generic, and easy. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tE2RFFWlfL0.
The granny squares were whip stitched squares I made from a Purl Soho post, under Bear’s rainbow blanket. https://www.purlsoho.com/create/2012/11/15/whits-knits-bears-rainbow-blanket/
Very pleased with this one.