Ok, so I've found (borrowed) a cable for the camera, and found some wonderful pictures. I don't have a bunch of time, so here's what I found on the camera (warning, tons of pics):
FireBird that is, colorway: HellFire. plus the gold skeinlets to go with, and the orange in the corner is a byproduct. Every so often I would have to exhaust out a gold dye pot that gradually would go 'orange' after a few rounds of red skeins swimming around to gold-i-fy them. (that's a technical dye term, btw.)
So, how is HellFire made, you ask? My mess, let me show u it.First we lay out the skeins and start adding red.
then we add WAY more red. (and a little more for good measure)
Then we do something arcane with a pot of gold, more red, and some steam to produce this:
After it set the couch (aka the packing department) on fire, it went to Dave-of-the-Post-Office, and I have proof he exists:
Mommy-Giraffe was a BIG help.
While I was dyeing Firebird (and vintage, and everything else) Nora got bored and wanted to dye some yarn. She wanted to dye green yarn, and so I give you Nora's favorite chewing gum, Mint-Mojito:
and in fact more lambs born today but no pics yet.
And also, more lambs were born:
Now if you'll excuse me, I must get back to the dye pots. I know your still waiting on your kit or yarn or both and I appreciate your patience.