opening a gift from the sun

a rosette display of solar dyed fabrics with coreopsis dyebath

Following up last month’s post on solar dyeing, I left a few glass jars filled with coreopsis and eucalyptus in the sun. Today, I went to open the jars and found the bundles all mushy and smell funny. I think it is because I left it out too long in the sunlight. Anyway, it was fun to see what’s in store for me.

solar dyed shibori bundles in coreopsis dyebath

unwrapped bundles, dark and light colors

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6 Responses to opening a gift from the sun

  1. They are beautiful Melinda!
    Julie

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  2. Marilyn Stephens says:

    Beautiful Melinda ❤ such lovely colour and markings xx

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  3. Corinne says:

    I just had a poke around your blog and I love it. One to follow.

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