Dark Desire, a wandering
Here is the recipe:
1/4 tsp Moss Green
1/4 tsp Brilliant
1/8th tsp Red Violet
2/32 Golden Brown ( Aljo) you can use equal amounts of orange and chocolate brown for close to effect.
1/4 tsp Blue
I'm spending my days dyeing. I only have to do this about 4 or 5 times a year and you know I kinda like that way. I like being single minded.
I like looking at the shelves and seeing what's missing. I like recreating something greater out of something lesser.
I like seeing all those newbies playing with the oldies on the shelves.
And they all look better for it.
NEWS FLASH- this week I'm recording most of my recipes. That's good news for you and for the Mat!
I ran through blues, greens, reds, oranges and browns today before I called it quits.
I was wondering if you knew that if you double the amount of dye in a recipe you only gain one value.
I think this is why we don't get the dark darks we need on our shelves because we never use enough dye.
Have you ever used a wandering recipe but changed your measure? Like use a toothpick instead of a /32?
Or used a 1/2 tsp.instead of a /32
Just wondering if you have played enough with getting lights and darks into your life, you need them.
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