Dyer's Notebook
Exploring Food Color Dyeing

Hi,

Want to take the guesswork out of dyeing yarn with food color?

That's what DyeYourYarn.com is all about.

Through my scientific exploration of food color dyeing, I am learning WHAT WORKS and WHY.

That means YOU CAN COPY WHAT I DO.

And the first place to hear about my new discoveries is
in the Dyer's Notebook.

When you subscribe to Dyer's Notebook:

  • You'll be the first to hear about new how-to videos and articles on the site. Successes you can copy, and failures you can avoid.

  • You can help me choose what area of dyeing to examine next. I value feedback from my subscribers.

  • You'll get links to cool sites.

  • You'll get notice of good deals I find.
    Special sales online often appear and disappear quickly. Too fast to build a web page about. Only subscribers will get to hear about them.

  • And surprises even I haven't imagined yet!

You'll only get a Dyer's Notebook when I have something worth sharing, so I won't commit to a set schedule. But, because I dye nearly every day, you should see something at least every couple weeks.

Also, I keep my husband chained to the computer in the basement, and he knows I need to see a new web page or video if he expects to eat. MMWWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. (Oops! Did I say that out loud?)

Anyway, you can subscribe in the box below. I'll do my best to make you glad you did.

Sarah

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