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Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Dyeing to Get Some Colour.


If you've been reading this blog for even a short amount of time you've probably already picked up on a few obvious facts about me:

a. I love colour
b. because of (a) I love Sweet Georgia Yarns
c. because of (a) & (b) I've always wanted to learn to dye yarn


So, knowing this about me, can you think of anything better than having my first lesson in dyeing with Felicia Lo of Sweet Georgia yarns? I can't.

Felicia is teaching a dyeing workshop at Place Des Arts in Coquitlam and I have snagged one of 10 limited seats in the class! You should have seen me scramble to register when I read this post.


I am so excited!  

Has anyone else taken a dye workshop? Any pointers for me?

10 comments:

  1. Wow! You're so lucky! I am jealous! I can't wait to see what you make!

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  2. lucky you!!! so exciting! xo

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  3. You are gonna do awesome and have so much fun! Jealous you get to hang with Felicia and Melissa :( I wanna come and just sit there..lol.

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  4. Oohhh, that is going to be amazing. I guess we'll all have to live vicariously through you on this one! Enjoy.

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  5. old clothes and gloves! I took the class from her at the studio, its amazing!

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    1. Very good advice and definitely something that wouldn't have occurred to me!

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  6. So jealous! I can't wait to hear all about it!

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  7. Oh WOW you are so lucky, that is like a dream come true! Thanks also for introducing me to the incredible colours and fibres of Sweet Georgia yarns! Can't wait to try some! xxxxxxxxxxx

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  8. ooh, congratulations!! i bet you'll be a natural at it. I've never dyed before, but it looks addictive!

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