Then of course we spent the rest of the day with the dyeing jokes. "We are practicing dying (dyeing)", we love too dye, etc. When we googled dyeing with Queen Anne's Lace, guess what we found on page 1? An entry from 6 Sheep and a Llama, right there on the first page with 195,000 entries. Amazing.
The girls spun some yarn from some white fleece. Then we put our Queen Anne's Lace in a pot and boiled it for a while. We strained it and put the home spun yarn in the dye bath.
We added some rhubarb leaves to get the next yarn a little more orangy but we ran out of time and let it be a slightly different shade of yellow.
What a great day. I love fiber camp. It is much more fun than registering with eVA and working on the website and marketing in general. If I can make it to page 1, I should be able to have a marketing department, shouldn't I?