Methods, and Recipes for
Dyeing Wool and
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In A NOTEBOOK FOR PRIMITIVE RUG HOOKERS
Ramona engages readers in casual conversations on
various subjects for beginning and experienced dyers, and interspersed with the
are hooking ideas unique to wide-strip hooking.
Acid Dyes are used throughout.)
Easel-style book for easy use in the
Recipes which include wool and dye
amounts for test samples (to see if you like the color),
followed by measures for larger amounts of wool.
More than 200 recipes to create
special effects, described through 21 categories, from Baskets
to Buildings, Flesh to Foliage, and Water to Weathervanes, plus
24 background recipes from light to dark.
Easy-to-follow directions and
diagrams for the technicalities of dyeing methods, cutting wool,
and increasing and reducing dye and wool amounts. Useful charts
to simplify the “figuring.”
Digital images of recipe swatches on
A handy pocket color wheel.
Encouragement to move beyond the
technicalities and rules to “messing around” with methods and
Five pages of pictures of rugs, in
color, illustrating recipe results.