Here they aaaaare <333 the brown ones are just tea, and then I have some lighter and darker purples, and some transitionals just for fun that ended up soaking my microwave… physics!
This is a close up of the lighter purple ones. They’re kind of dingy looking in this photo especially in the weird bathroom lighting but aaagh I love it, the way the colors are all marbled and tye-dye-ie. They’re exactly like I pictured they’d turn out!
although the water they left behind was inexplicably green. Like, even now they’re dripping green water. I don’t understand.
YAY CHEERS <3 gonna try and install them on monday!
(I couldn’t help myself. The punning opps are endless with dye, especially in October!)
There are a couple of substantially magnificent group forums dedicated to dyeing your own yarn housed on the Ravelry site, which you can link to from here, if you are members of the best darn electronic thing that ever happened to knitting and crochet (since calculators):
I did permanently dye my hair red a while ago and the color washed out. To refresh it, I decided to do a kool aid hair dye. It helped a little (8 hrs later) but I think I made the mix still too dark and possibly washed out too much