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metromaples Posted - 07/30/2007 : 08:47:23 AM
I picked some wild grapes over the weekend and processed them for jelly. I used the leftover "mush", which is generally compost fodder, to dye some sock yarn. I got a nice lavender color that leans towards grayish. I will check the color, when the yarn is dry, later today and post some pics.

Jeri

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fiberlicious Posted - 07/30/2007 : 10:55:49 AM
Jeri, don't be surprised if your yarn fades. Grapes are a stain, not a dye, and therefore are neither lightfast nor colorfast.

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