- This Tutorial: Crock Pot Yarn Dyeing!
- Kool-Aid: I had NO idea where to look for it in the store. I dislike Kool-Aid and can't remember the last time I bought some. I almost had to go to a different store because I couldn't find it at Shoppers; I kept wondering around and around.
- Vinegar: I read elsewhere that this was not needed because Kool-Aid is acidic, you don't need vinegar. I still used it.
- Patons Classic Wool Yarn: It's 100% wool.
|I had no plans for this yarn, so I|
decided to take the plunge.
|First I had to unwind it into a hank. I originally tied it|
with wool, but decided to cut of the ties and
tie it with cotton yarn instead. Be careful
not to tie the yarn too tight!!
|Put water and a few Tablespoons of vinegar|
in a crock-pot. Place yarn in crock-pot
and let yarn get wet and submerge.
I did not get a picture of me placing
the yarn in the crock-pot.
|At the end of the hour, the water should be clear.|
Even though, I read this was the case,
I was still shocked.
Turn yarn over, using tongs.
|The next day, I rolled it up into a ball while Charis|