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Love this 'ible! I made 23 of these little vials, and I have my sights set on doing larger bottles soon! Some of the bottles have cotton, while others have polyester fiberfill. We used sequins in some, small beads in others, and all in all had a great time. Couldn't have done it without these instructions!
Thank you! My friend and I made 23 little vials this weekend (there was glitter EVERYWHERE). Super-simple, fun, and since he would say he wasn't "craftually-inclined" it was very easy to explain to him. I have extra vials left over and will probably do this again!
Hi; I love how simple and well-pictured your 'ible is; I've been trying to find good directions for these types of tiny vials for awhile. I've read other guides that use food coloring and found that the colors used mix together after awhile.With using paint, have you noticed the colors blending together over time, or do they stay separate?
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Hi, and thanks!For row markers that can be removed later, I've seen lever-back earring findings used at the top of the wire loop; you just pull the loop smaller. The attached picture is courtesy of lavenderhillknits on Etsy.Other makers use lobster clasps or similar, too!
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Thanks! The problem with acrylic yarn is that the dye doesn't stick to it very well, or evenly. I've heard of 'dyeing' acrylic yarn by soaking it in paint, but that's about all you can do for it. Kool-Aid and other food dyes don't take, or saturate so you won't get the bold colors I've illustrated.Now, you can dye a wool/acrylic blend, as referenced here:http://www.chemknits.com/2012/11/dyeing-woolacrylic-blends-with-food.htmlYou might get a more 'heathered' appearance as the Kool-Aid will not stick to the acrylic fibers, but that can still be awesome!
Hi, and thank you! The color is indeed color-fast; the heat of the microwave sets it. When I crocheted with it, I had no color transfer to my fingers from working with the yarn (the same cannot be said for the yarn I dyed on the stove with Easter egg tablets, but that's another story).That being said, I haven't ever washed the yarn in my washing machine, as wool can felt with agitation. I would recommend light surface-cleaning only, with cold water. (I usually rinse my just-dyed yarn with cold water to make sure it runs clear, and it always has.) Thanks for the question!
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They're for knitting! Some knitting patterns call for markers to be worked right into the yarn. Lion Brand has a video about the different types: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVHjiZVCjtM
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Finally! I've been wondering what in the world I'm supposed to do once I have my fiber all spun up, and now I know how to 'set the spin'. I have a sorry little twisted mess of spun yarn sitting at home waiting for this step to happen, so thank you!
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