Sunday, 19 May 2013


Fabric dyeing was a recent round-robin discussion at a quilt guild to which I belong.  As only 15 minutes was allotted to give an overview of the topic, hands-on dyeing was out of the question.  Instead, each member of the guild was given a 2.5" square of white fabric, backed with a stabilizer and printed with the outline of a design.  Hundreds of fabric markers in all different colours were available to use for each of us to create our little square.  The squares were left behind and stitched together using black 1/4" sashing.  I love it!

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