Whereas I did a happy dance when I opened this surprise parcel of fabric, the same cannot be said for the hubby when he heard the words hand dyed fabric. I think he feared that I might be venturing into the world of fabric dyeing: solutions, buckets, gloves, masks, powder pigments in every color of the rainbow, and more paraphernalia (which apparently we don't need). Alas, no fabric dyeing for me.
This fabric is Seed Catalogue - Annie's Farm Stand by Hollie Holderman, in the White on White colorway (as featured in Sunday Stash #108), and hand dyed by r0ssie.
Brenda (Pink Castle Fabrics) and Anna (Woollykat) recently participated in a fabric dyeing workshop with Rossie and these fabrics are the end result.
The colors are vibrant and the text is still very legible. What a clever use of fabric! I am so grateful that I was sent some of these fabrics to work with. Thank you Rossie and Brenda!
You can see more of Rossie work here: Rossie's Blog
Hand dyeing this particular print was inspired by Jeni from In Color Order.
Read Jeni's blog post here: In Color Order: Fabric Dyeing