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I'm a mother of four grandmother of seven and great grandmother of three. I live with my husband in the house that we built with the help of my brothers and will have been married for 57 years this February.
Little by little I've bought some of my dyeing equipment that April had on the list but I still need a crock pot but I'm not ready to use one just yet.
My large canner holds 7 wide mouth quart jars and my hooking binder where I keep all my information and prices of all my rug hooking supplies. My sewing machine is only partly visible. I use it to zigzag the edge of my backing to prevent it from fraying.
My Cushing dyes and TOD dying spoons which I got from The Cushing company
My small color wheel from Michael's
Two additional enamel pots for dyeing, one was $4.99 and the large one was $5.99
My cheap projector to enlarge my designs on the wall. It's not the best but it works good enough for what I need it for.
I got my large safety pins to hold my color palettes together and some round tags to identify the color palettes, a pair of Friscar scissors that I bought at half price a few years back at Fabricville and some permanent fine markers to write on the labels, and even a bit of precut wool ready to dye.
All what I need to get started dyeing my wool.
Thanks for stopping by and leaving some comments. JB