Since Saturday, I have dyed a lot of wool. I did not keep track of the amount (I dyed 20 yards just on Tuesday) but I did, of sorts, keep track of the different colors I used to dye.
At first, the used colors just got left out on the work table after the dye session was over. I know, it is hard to believe that I don’t always end each dye session with a meticulous clean up & put up period but, on occasion I do not and, on Saturday, did not.
On Sunday evening, when I dyed a little more, I also left those dye colors out. Monday and Tuesday saw big marathon dyeing sessions and, by that time, it was sort of fun to see which colors I used and which ones I did not. Some of these colors were used as is and many of the others were components of dye recipes I made. While a very few colors were used more than once, I tried to avoid multiple uses of colors if I could just to see if I could do it. As it was, I used 37 of the 82 Pro Chem colors I have on hand. This was rather interesting to me as it, basically, supports my suggestion in the book that there are about 30 Pro Chem colors that one must have.
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