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Thread: Snow Dyeing???

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    Senior Member taiboo's Avatar
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    Is this a new thing? I saw it someone's Face book post...

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    OK, I don't know about this! Please fill me in! OMG with all of the stuff I have outside, this sounds interesting.

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    What snow dying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenR
    What snow dying?
    Ditto!

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    I thought it always died when it melted.........ooops :oops: wrong dying.

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    this has been around a long time..and yes you can snow dye in FLA....find a sno-cone stand and have them shave you a tub full of ice...any ice house can do that too...it works..my BFF in MS did it last year in JULY!!

    there is a yahoogroup called MXdyers that has tons of info on this!

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    There are a ton of tutorials and instructions on the web for snow dyeing. Vicki Welsh had an article on it in Quilting Arts Magazine (Oct/Nov 2009). Her instructions are on her blog, here: http://vickiwelsh.typepad.com/field_...ow-dyeing.html

    Like most dyeing, it's messy. :roll:

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    Thanks for the info!

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    I saw this technique used by a fiber artist. Creates beautiful fabric, but not for me. Here's a online tute
    http://vickiwelsh.typepad.com/field_...ow-dyeing.html

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