Cool project! In more ways than one, eh! I did some snow dyeing too but was not madly excited about that happened . Not sure I'd bother again. The trad way is better for me but the experiment was fun. hope your results are what you want. Nice work :-)
Love the idea of just making piles in the snow and bypassing dishes and pans. Will be very curious to see your results! I tried last week and realize now my snow was too dry (as strange as that sounds, it does make sense! lol).
This looks like lots of fun!!
Interesting. I put my prepped fabric in the bottom of plastic tubs, fill the tubs with snow, and pour on the dye. Then they are indoors to 'cure'. Never tried it right on the snow!
How interesting. We have no snow in S. Louisiana, ever, but it is something I would like to try. Can you send some snow this way?glen
Very neat! I so want to do this. I love that orange fabric! I will check back for the final result!
How cool is that? I have never heard of snow dyeing fabric.
Wonderful way to take advantage of our great Canadian winters! I would love to see the result.
your snow dying pictures are hilarious. You make your community very happy (and colourfull!) Great work Cathy.