Friday, March 11, 2016

- Blank slate

When I made the dye sampler on Monday, I was struck by how beautifully the linen patches worked up. So I went back to my notes from Maura's dye workshop to see where she sourced it.

Google quickly found "Pickering International" and I placed an order for the minimum ten yards of 54" organic linen at $9.80 per yard (with shipping and handling the total was actually closer to $12 per yard). It was an indulgence for sure, but I'm hoping it will also be a motivator for making more precise records of future dye trials by having a more consistent starting point. Not to mention the opportunity to make more dye samplers.

So today's patch is a blank slate ...

Patch #71

full of yet-to-be-realized potential!

There's more in the good new department: enough rain this week that we've already emptied the gauge once ...


and are hoping for a little bit more before it's all over.

2 comments:

Dana said...

I've heard of Pickering before but have never ordered. This revives my interest. I'm glad you are getting some rain before summer comes.

Liz Ackert said...

Send me an email if you'd like a sample to try ... I've got plenty!