Friday, August 11, 2017

Mad Scientist Bunny



I have always been a bit of a mad scientist. But now, experimenting with colours and pigments is just another string to add to my bow of various efforts to keep my brain under control ...so to speak.

The last experiment I did was so magical though (yes, a very technical scientific term..lol) that I wanted to share it with you because I never ever thought it was possible to create those colours with natural dye pigments. I am very happy to have been proven wrong ! Yay for Science !







THIS is what it is all about : Carthamus Tinctorius or as it is also known as Safflower or even the “poor mans’ o “bastard” saffron, because it can be used as a substitute for the extremely expensive real saffron which comes from the stigmas of the crocus.


It is a thistle like plant and has been used by dyers all over the world for centuries. The ancient Egyptians were fond of the safflower as a decorative item, and garlands have been found on mummies. The husks were used as a feed for livestock, and the plant was grown as a border to vegetable and field crops. 
The oil was used in salads and cooking, and as a base for pigments. Chemical analysis of ancient Egyptian textiles dated to the 12th Dynasty identified a yellow dye made from safflower. Garlands made from safflowers were found in the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamon ( I have to admit as a student of middle Egyptian and a big “fan” of archaeological digs in the Valley of the Kings that even got me more interested in safflower). Pliny mentions that the Egyptians rubbed safflower oil on the body as a protection against poisonous stings. 
Recent studies have shown that safflower oil is beneficial to keep blood sugar down, is good for dry skin and so much more. And, ofcourse, safflower seeds are extremely nice to eat as well for bunnies. So off I went to my safflower adventure !



Today, safflower is mainly grown for its’ seeds which are used to make cooking oil. You can grow your own saffron by sowing the seeds in early spring inside and then transplanting the seedlings as soon as the soil has warmed up a bit. It tolerates most soils but requires plenty of full sun. 

I have found it very difficult to grow it where we are because we are in the middle of the forest, in a valley, surrounded by majestic trees and therefore lots of shade, so my crop was not very big. 

You have to harvest the petals before the weather gets too wet too :as soon as the flowers begin to bloom you have to remove the petals every couple of days and dry them. This will take weeks, so patience is important: something natural dyers have to have in a large quantity anyway ..but the result is not only mesmerizing and magical but totally amazing ! Yes, you can get two totally different colours from this amazing plant with , yes, a lot of patience ..again.




So yes, Dyeing with Saffron requires a lot of patience and a bit of mad scientist thrown in: first you have to simmer the safflower petals for about 45 minutes (I simmered mine for an hour and 15mins) ; strain off the dye liquid and then simmer the yarns (or fibres) for about another hour (I simmered mine for an hour and a half to get those rich mustard yellow colours).


Now, I can see you asking yourself “but how about those vibrant pinks !?” yes, that is where the mad scientist part comes in. Getting yellows from safflower is quite “easy-ish” but inside that yellow there is a disguised pigment lurking: pink! 
The yellow pigments is removed from the petals first you see. In India and also in Japan the red component from the safflower petals was used to dye cotton and silks in amazing shades of pinks and also orangey-reds. 

One of the things to always remember is to wear gloves when dyeing: you can stain your hands a very wonderful yellow that makes everybody think you have a liver problem…so wear gloves! 

I did tests in two different ways: first I used a method to get the yellow and then found I could not really get a good pink except a washed out pink, so my second method was to put my petals in a muslin bag and then rinse under cold water to extract the yellow dye until the water ran totally clear. 

Now you can use the yellow dye you just extracted to dye all kinds of fibres and yarns so all is not lost! 

To extract the red dye you have to treat the petals with a very alkaline solution (I used washing soda) to get PH 11 ( water gets red brown) . 

Leave all that red brown mess to nicely “ferment “ for at least one to 2 hours ! Strain and add your dye liquid to a cooking pot. The trick is to make your dye solution a bit acidic before adding your yarns: your yarns will only get that gorgeous pink when your solution is acidic ! So, add vinegar or lemon juice (I added lemon juice because I have too many lemons in my harvest) to make your dye solution acidic enough to dye your yarns (aim for PH5 to 6). The dye liquid should now be a brightish reddish colour (no brown !). 

Then (my secret ingredient!: I added some hemp fibre – you can use cotton as well) to absorb the red dye overnight. These fibres are now dyed red.  
My aim was to get pink on my wool cashmere yarn so off I went and added in washing soda to get them to a PH 11 (I soaked mine for about 45minutes). Your alkaline dye solution turns red: all the red from the hemp pours back in the bath. 
Get your hemp fibres out again and add lemon juice of vinegar again to make a PH 5 to 6 and Finally : add your yarns and most importantly: let them soak in that goodness overnight or even longer. Eh voila ! Pink goodness !!!!  There's magic in the Science !

On todays blog I have prepared an array of different naturally dyed cashmerino yarns for you, and a very special batch of organic Blue faced Leicester in three different smooch colours of browns, beige and white, hand blended to create a gorgeous top ready to spin into your own magical yarn !
Working on this weeks update and the mad scientist experiments, together with the prepwork for the august clubs has not left me with a lot of time to knit my cowl I promised to you in last weeks’ blog. I will try my best to get it done for next week ! As a teaser for the IxCHeL august fibre , yarn and batt club I can show you a teaser of the label though: It is going to be an exciting one !  (btw I will post photos of the July clubs on my facebook and instagram pages so you can have a look later tomorrow. Here are the  links: Facebook IxCHeL Page:  www.facebook.com/IxchelYarnsAndFibres and Instagram :  www.instagram.com/ixchelbunny     Please join my instagram and facebook pages: lots of goodies and info will be added there for you and share the goodness ).

This is the teaser label for the August  Fantasy themed Club, I give you: AVATAR !



On this blog you can find some IxCHeL botanical dye range cashmnerino lace weight yarns together the Blue Faced Leicester tops and a repeat of the Dark side of the moon IxCHeL Sock yarn offer.

Natural dyeing and eco printing take a lot of time so please know I do not have a huge amount of stock of these available. 

Also, every tops and skein are of course slightly different even when the same leaves or plants have been used: they are beautiful to combine and will create a sense of uniformity and natural beauty when combined as with all things that have been dyed using natural dyes. That is just the thing what I love about dyeing with plants: Nature always has a tendency to have everything live in harmony together. Have fun and thank you so so much for your support and being there for our little fibre farm! You are AMAZING !


Happy Hoppy Weekend to all !! Please message me with your wishes and your postal address on facebook, Instagram or ravelry or you can also email me on ixchelbunny at yahoo dot com dot au and I will get straight back to you with all the payment details.






IxCHeL Botanical Dye Range Cashmerino Lace weight yarn
100 +grams      AU$32

superfine Merino 18micron(70%), Cashmere (30%) all Australian Grown, Spun and dyed ; +/- 1200 meters/100grams. One skein makes a gorgeous lace shawl; two skeins: double knit the lace weight yarn to create a gorgeous jumper or top. The yarn has an amazing stitch definition and is next to skin super soft. All these Cashmerino skeins have been dyed with natural dyes or eco printed with leaves, roots, husk or bark and have been rinsed thoroughly. Please cold water wash with a very gentle baby shampoo or organic sulphate free dishwashing liquid or shampoo. Rinse gently and dry in shade.



Japanese Indigo -dyed with home grown Japanese Indigo leaves-




Woad
-dyed with home grown and fermented woad ball
(only try this at home while wearing a breathing mask and vicks vapo under your nose
….the nicely fermented woad balls
are NOT to be used as a perfume ….ever…LOL)



Walnut husks
(unless you wear gloves you will wear black nails forever when harvesting
and extracting this dye pigment..lol)
the yarn however is safe to wear: it has been rinsed throroughly!




St John's Worth Light: Eco Printed: eucalyptus, St Johns Worth, Iron modifier





St John's Worth Darker: Eco Printed: eucalyptus, St Johns Worth, Iron modifier





Safflower Yellow




Safflower Pink





Japanese Indigo Shibori type resist dye method






Elderberries Light






Elderberries darker





Madder Root Light to Darker





Madder Root and eco print with iron modifier





Madder root exhaust dye ( a beautiful dusky pink)





Coreopsis :  Eco Print Coreopsis and eucalyptus (with an iron modifier)




Organic Blue Faced Leicester Tops
Tri Colour blended brown, fawn and white

100grams AU$23






Blue Faced Leicester tops Tri Colour



IxcHeL Botanical Dye Range Mini Skeins
+/- 6 – 9 grams per mini skein, 

5 mini skeins per pack, IxCHeL Sock yarn 

(hand dyed in the Yarra Valley and spun in Victoria, Australia) 

AU$15

one mini skein is enough for 1.5 hexi puffs using needles 3.25mm 


hexipuff and eco printed mini skein (using the highland heather colourway)


Madder
IxCHeL Sock Minis Madder light to dark




INDIGO :
IxCHeL Sock minis Indigo light to dark with one eco printed mini



Woad + eco prints:
IxCHeL Sock Minis Woad light and dark, walnut husks, eco printed x2



Eco Print and solids
IxCHeL Sock Minis Madder, pear Bark, Walnut and 2 eco printed minis



New IxCHeL Club sign ups are starting !



October, November, December 2017





For all our international club fans there is a possibility to ship all three clubs together to save on postage if you want :-) Just pm me and enquire about the options available.

IxCHeL Fibre Club October, November and December 2017


The subscription is for a period of three months and you will receive one special hand dyed top/roving per month to the value of AU$24 or more

All the tops will be hand dyed and will be especially made for the members of IxCHeL Fibre Club ! Price to join the IxCHel Fibre Club #33 and receive your special hand dyed top :)) for three months (Oct, Nove and Dec) is AU$72 + postage (parcel post or airmail). AND there are good value double serves available !!!



For Australia : single serve $72+$28 postage (parcel post), double serve $136+$28 (save $8) or triple serves $204 (save $12!) + postage

For USA + Canada: single serve AU$72+AU$56 (Airmail) double serve AU$136+AU$56

For UK,Europe, rest of the world: Single serve AU$72+AU$69 (airmail) Double serve AU$136+AU$69

For Asia: Single serve AU$72+AU$50 (airmail) Double serve AU$136+AU$50

If you want to receive a fibre surprise every month then join the IXCHEL FIBRE CLUB #33 now. Numbers are strictly limited ! The Oct 2017 Club is going to be shipped out end of Oct, the November mid November and the December one first week of December. Payment via direct deposit or credit card or paypal. Just PM or email me your details

The IxCHeL Sock Yarn Clubs  October, November and December 2017


Every month for three months (October, November and December 2017) you will receive: enough hand dyed luscious yummy yarn to make a pair of socks or a lush shawl or scarf ofcourse! (the hand dyed yarn will be exclusive for the Ixchelbunny SOCK-IT-TO-ME Yarn CLUB and will range from a sockweight yarn or a 3ply or a 4 ply); Every month a new sock pattern, tips and instructions ! Now is that GOOD or is that GOOD ??!



I will even offer a double serve for those of you who like their socks extra long !





For Australia : single serve $84+$28 postage (parcel post) double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +$28


For USA + Canada: single serve AU$84+AU$56 (Airmail) double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +AU$56


For UK,Europe, rest of the world: Single serve AU$84+AU$69 (airmail) Double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +AU$69


For Asia: Single serve AU$84+AU$45 (airmail) Double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +AU$45




Numbers are strictly limited ! 
Payment via direct deposit or credit card or paypal . Just PM or email me your details 
  By the way: you don’t HAVE to knit socks if you don’t want to.. the hand dyed yarn is amazingly nice for scarves, cowls, beanies and even tops ! Anything goes . The Oct 2017 Club is going to be shipped out end of Oct, the November mid November and the December one first week of December.

IxCHeL Funky Bunny Batt Clubs  October, November and December 2017

Here are all the details and just pm me when you have any questions or want to be part of the funky bunny batt club Movement ;-) Welcome to the blingy dark side ;-D
The subscription is for a period of three months and you will receive one special hand dyed funky bunny batt per month to the value of AU$40 or more .
The batts will range in weight from 140grams to 180grams with luxury fibres like camel , angora, cashmere, silk, yak, llama even wallaby and bison and rare sheep breeds !!!! All the batts will be hand dyed and will be especially made for the members of IxCHeL funky bunny Club ! Every month you will receive a HUGE luxury funky bunny batt !
Sign up now and you will receive an Ixchel Hand dyed , super luxurious funky bunny batt for October, November and December 2017.

Price to join the IxCHeL Funky bunny for three months is :
For Australia : $108+$28 postage (parcel post)
For USA + Canada: AU$108+AU$56 (Airmail)
For UK,Europe, rest of the world: AU$108+AU$69 (airmail)
For Asia: AU$108+AU$45 (airmail)
If you want to receive a fibre surprise every month then join the IXCHEL FUNKY BUNNY BATT CLUB now. Numbers are strictly limited ! The Oct 2017 Club is going to be shipped out end of Oct, the November mid November and the December one first week of December. Payment via direct deposit or credit card or paypal. Just PM or email me




Please don't hesitate to contact me at any time if you have any questions okay? Always happy to enable. All my contact details are to be found at the end of this week’s blog entry. Have fun !!!



Dark Side of the Moon Yarn Sign up
100 +grams/3.53 oz  AU$28


Sock yarn, super wash super fine merino, silk and nylon. 410 meters  
Australian grown, Spun in Australia and hand dyed in the Yarra Valley









This is just one of the awesome pooling variations you can create with this yarn! The Sky-or should I say THE MOON- is the limit !!!!



This yarn will be hand dyed to order this time. Sign in and order as many skeins as you like and it will be sent out to you next week !




Dates to put in your Calendar !!


SEPTEMBER


Sunday 24th of September
Pakenham Hall
Corner Henry and John Streets , Pakenham
Enquiries: Steph: 0418 590 333
www.facebook.com/BCSBAA.VIC.SE


Black n Coloured Sheep FIELD DAY  in Pakenham! Missing out on Bendigo? THIS is the event to visit !  





Landscape dyes 

100g tubs   AU$11 
250 g tubs AU$26


Want to dye your own with easy to use acid dyes? I have been selling these Landscape dyes at my workshops and shows for a long time :  They are extremely easy to use and come in great shades.
Just contact me with the name of the colour you are after and I will get right back to you.


Have a creative week!
Please don't hesitate to contact me at any time if you have any questions okay? : Always happy to enable.

All my contact details are here:


How To Order:

1. You can email me on ixchel at rabbit dot com dot au or ixchelbunny at yahoo dot com dot au
2. Message me on facebook or 
3. Message me on www.ravelry.com  where I am Ixchelbunny.

I will email you right back with all your order details and payment methods.


Any questions? Any custom orders for yarn or dyeing fibre? : Please don’t hesitate to ask! Always happy to enable.


Thank you so much for your help and support !


 RABBIT ON !
((hugs))
Charly
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Friday, August 4, 2017

Tangled up in New Adventures



All the July Clubs (WonderWoman themed !) have been shipped out last Friday and this Monday : I will post photos of the tops, yarns and batts as soon as possible on my Instagram and IxCHeL facebook pages.

I think I will have to stop saying that I’ve been busy or the week has been a full on one, because you know by now that it is a given no matter what…LOL
I did have a wonderful relaxing day last Sunday, my mini holiday, knitting some hexipuffs (only 3.999 to go..lol) and making up some swatches, while reading and watching a bit of Outlander. I am so happy I did a lot of foraging and collecting of plants early in the week because it has been getting colder and colder here in the Yarra Valley hills ! Winter definitely is not over yet and judging by the temperatures there could even be some snow!? Anyway, it was too cold to get my indigo dyebaths started up and lucky for me the eco printing and natural dyeing was done before the cold snap.

On todays blog I have prepared an array of different naturally dyed fibres and yarns for you, including some mini skeins that are awesome to work with either for some hexi puffs, sock blankets or even add them to your stripy socks or scarves as a contrast.

Working on the eco printing and natural dyeing this week as well I thought it would be a good idea to show you how different the tops would look once spun: it all depends on how you spin them and the difference in look is amazing. You can get a totally varied look spinning the eco printed tops as a single or a slubby yarn, whereas pedrafting the tops finely and then spinning them as a fine single before plying them together creates a more dappled and marled look. Looking at how the colours and the top is constructed colourwise before you spin it AND having a project in mind will help you make the best decision on how to spin it up. I have spun half of a eco printed top as a dk weight plied yarn and the other 50 grams as a slubby thick n thin single. Haven’t quite had the time yet to make it into a cowl yet but stay tuned, I will put a photo up of the design next week !





From top to yarn : 
one a more uniformly marled DK (8ply weight) weight yarn and the other
 a slubby single showing off the imprints


Also, I am already working on some very special yarn/fibre and projects for next week …no…not saying a thing , but it will be exciting and fun.




On this blog you can find some IxCHeL botanical dye range tops (superfine merino, silk and cashmere) together with mini sock skeins and the eco printed IxCHeL sock yarn ! 

Natural dyeing and eco printing take a lot of time so please know I do not have a huge amount of stock of these available. 

Also, every tops and skein are of course slightly different even when the same leaves or plants have been used: they are beautiful to combine and will create a sense of uniformity and natural beauty when combined as with all things that have been dyed using natural dyes. That is just the thing what I love about dyeing with plants: Nature always has a tendency to have everything live in harmony together. Have fun and thank you so so much for your support and being there for our little fibre farm! You are AMAZING !


Happy Hoppy Weekend to all !! Please message me with your wishes and your postal address on facebook, Instagram or ravelry or you can also email me on ixchelbunny at yahoo dot com dot au and I will get straight back to you with all the payment details.




IxCHeL Botanical Dye Range Tops
100 +grams      AU$25

superfine Merino 18micron(65%), Mulberry Silk (30%), Cashmere (5%)




Woad -dyed with Woad leaves-






Oak Galls and Walnut Husks-sold-






Madder (Exhaust dye)




Pear Bark





Elderberries and Oak Leaves-





Highland Heather
( eucalyptus cinberea, eucalyptus cremulata,
iron modifier, oak galls, woad leaves)
4 left




Winter Fire
(Eucalyptus cinerea, eucalyptus cremulata, iron modifier, oak galls)
SOLD




Elderberry Wine
(Elderberries -dried-, woad leaves, eucalyptus cinerea,
walnut husks, dyers’ chamomile-leaves and stalks-)
SOLD




Ivy
(Ivy leaves, dyers’ chamomile, walnut husks,
woad leaves,eucalyptus cinerea, madder root)
2 LEFT





IxcHeL Botanical Dye Range Mini Skeins
+/- 6 – 9 grams per mini skein, 

5 mini skeins per pack, IxCHeL Sock yarn 

(hand dyed in the Yarra Valley and spun in Victoria, Australia) 

AU$15

one mini skein is enough for 1.5 hexi puffs using needles 3.25mm 


hexipuff and eco printed mini skein (using the highland heather colourway)


Madder
IxCHeL Sock Minis Madder light to dark




INDIGO :
IxCHeL Sock minis Indigo light to dark with one eco printed mini



Woad + eco prints:
IxCHeL Sock Minis Woad light and dark, walnut husks, eco printed x2



Eco Print and solids
IxCHeL Sock Minis Madder, pear Bark, Walnut and 2 eco printed minis




IxCHeL Botanical Dye Range Sock Yarn
100grams/3.53oz   (Superwash merino, Silk, Nylon -75/5/20)

fingering weight, 410 meters/448 yards

eco printed (hand dyed in the Yarra Valley and spun in Victoria, Australia) 

 AU$28

one skein is enough for one pair of socks or you can make a wonderful scarf or shawl as well. Your imagination is the only limit 
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Only these 4 skeins are available.
They have been dyed with the same plants but there will always be differences.
Plants used are: Eucalyptus cinerea, Madder root, Walnut husks, Apple bark; iron modifier.


close up of two of the skeins



New IxCHeL Club sign ups are starting !



for the months : October, November, December 2017





For all our international club fans there is a possibility to ship all three clubs together to save on postage if you want :-) Just pm me and enquire about the options available.

IxCHeL Fibre Club October, November and December 2017


The subscription is for a period of three months and you will receive one special hand dyed top/roving per month to the value of AU$24 or more

All the tops will be hand dyed and will be especially made for the members of IxCHeL Fibre Club ! Price to join the IxCHel Fibre Club #33 and receive your special hand dyed top :)) for three months (Oct, Nove and Dec) is AU$72 + postage (parcel post or airmail). AND there are good value double serves available !!!



For Australia : single serve $72+$28 postage (parcel post), double serve $136+$28 (save $8) or triple serves $204 (save $12!) + postage

For USA + Canada: single serve AU$72+AU$56 (Airmail) double serve AU$136+AU$56

For UK,Europe, rest of the world: Single serve AU$72+AU$69 (airmail) Double serve AU$136+AU$69

For Asia: Single serve AU$72+AU$50 (airmail) Double serve AU$136+AU$50

If you want to receive a fibre surprise every month then join the IXCHEL FIBRE CLUB #33 now. Numbers are strictly limited ! The Oct 2017 Club is going to be shipped out end of Oct, the November mid November and the December one first week of December. Payment via direct deposit or credit card or paypal. Just PM or email me your details

The IxCHeL Sock Yarn Clubs  October, November and December 2017


Every month for three months (October, November and December 2017) you will receive: enough hand dyed luscious yummy yarn to make a pair of socks or a lush shawl or scarf ofcourse! (the hand dyed yarn will be exclusive for the Ixchelbunny SOCK-IT-TO-ME Yarn CLUB and will range from a sockweight yarn or a 3ply or a 4 ply); Every month a new sock pattern, tips and instructions ! Now is that GOOD or is that GOOD ??!



I will even offer a double serve for those of you who like their socks extra long !





For Australia : single serve $84+$28 postage (parcel post) double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +$28


For USA + Canada: single serve AU$84+AU$56 (Airmail) double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +AU$56


For UK,Europe, rest of the world: Single serve AU$84+AU$69 (airmail) Double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +AU$69


For Asia: Single serve AU$84+AU$45 (airmail) Double serve $140 (= one skein FREE!!!) +AU$45




Numbers are strictly limited ! 
Payment via direct deposit or credit card or paypal . Just PM or email me your details 
  By the way: you don’t HAVE to knit socks if you don’t want to.. the hand dyed yarn is amazingly nice for scarves, cowls, beanies and even tops ! Anything goes . The Oct 2017 Club is going to be shipped out end of Oct, the November mid November and the December one first week of December.

IxCHeL Funky Bunny Batt Clubs  October, November and December 2017

Here are all the details and just pm me when you have any questions or want to be part of the funky bunny batt club Movement ;-) Welcome to the blingy dark side ;-D
The subscription is for a period of three months and you will receive one special hand dyed funky bunny batt per month to the value of AU$40 or more .
The batts will range in weight from 140grams to 180grams with luxury fibres like camel , angora, cashmere, silk, yak, llama even wallaby and bison and rare sheep breeds !!!! All the batts will be hand dyed and will be especially made for the members of IxCHeL funky bunny Club ! Every month you will receive a HUGE luxury funky bunny batt !
Sign up now and you will receive an Ixchel Hand dyed , super luxurious funky bunny batt for October, November and December 2017.

Price to join the IxCHeL Funky bunny for three months is :
For Australia : $108+$28 postage (parcel post)
For USA + Canada: AU$108+AU$56 (Airmail)
For UK,Europe, rest of the world: AU$108+AU$69 (airmail)
For Asia: AU$108+AU$45 (airmail)
If you want to receive a fibre surprise every month then join the IXCHEL FUNKY BUNNY BATT CLUB now. Numbers are strictly limited ! The Oct 2017 Club is going to be shipped out end of Oct, the November mid November and the December one first week of December. Payment via direct deposit or credit card or paypal. Just PM or email me




Please don't hesitate to contact me at any time if you have any questions okay? Always happy to enable. All my contact details are to be found at the end of this week’s blog entry. Have fun !!!



Dark Side of the Moon Yarn Sign up
100 +grams/3.53 oz  AU$28


Sock yarn, super wash super fine merino, silk and nylon. 410 meters  









This is just one of the awesome pooling variations you can create with this yarn! The Sky-or should I say THE MOON- is the limit !!!!



This yarn will be hand dyed to order this time. Sign in and order as many skeins as you like and it will be sent out to you next week !




Dates to put in your Calendar !!


SEPTEMBER


Sunday 24th of September
Pakenham Hall
Corner Henry and John Streets , Pakenham
Enquiries: Steph: 0418 590 333
www.facebook.com/BCSBAA.VIC.SE


Black n Coloured Sheep FIELD DAY  in Pakenham! Missing out on Bendigo? THIS is the event to visit !  



Landscape dyes 

100g tubs   AU$11 
250 g tubs AU$26


Want to dye your own with easy to use acid dyes? I have been selling these Landscape dyes at my workshops and shows for a long time :  They are extremely easy to use and come in great shades.
Just contact me with the name of the colour you are after and I will get right back to you.


Have a creative week!
Please don't hesitate to contact me at any time if you have any questions okay? : Always happy to enable.

All my contact details are here:


How To Order:

1. You can email me on ixchel at rabbit dot com dot au or ixchelbunny at yahoo dot com dot au
2. Message me on facebook or 
3. Message me on www.ravelry.com  where I am Ixchelbunny.

I will email you right back with all your order details and payment methods.


Any questions? Any custom orders for yarn or dyeing fibre? : Please don’t hesitate to ask! Always happy to enable.


Thank you so much for your help and support !


 RABBIT ON !
((hugs))
Charly
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