Felting with Secondary Fibres
course with artist/instructor Denise Richard
@ The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design
We began the class by learning about acid dyes and how to mix them accurately to achieve a full range of colour. Below is a little photo journaling which I completed during the process of dying my three assigned colours.
Photos of each of the three colours I was responsible for dying:
After the wool simmers in the dye-pot for 40 to 60 minutes, it is transferred to a large plastic bucket to sit for 24 hours. Over that time it will absorb any remaining dye particles from the water as it cools off.