Maryanne Lincoln's Comprehensive Dyeing Guide: 10 Years of Recipes from the Dye Kitchen

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Stackpole Books, Apr 7, 2005 - Crafts & Hobbies - 144 pages
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If you're fascinated by color and the nuances it can bring to your hooked rugs or other fiber crafts, join Maryanne on a journey through the color wheel. From the basics through advanced dyeing techniques, you will learn from one of the best.

• Dye equipment and safety
• How to dye the basic colors and their complements
• Jar dyeing, scrunch dyeing, gradation dyeing, and more
• Dyeing for backgrounds
• Adjusting formulas to match colors

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About the author (2005)

Maryanne Lincoln began hooking rugs and dyeing her exquisite wool in 1964. Soon she was known as an expert colorist and a leading authority on color and dyeing. Associated with the McGown Teachers Workshop for years, she taught at camps and workshops around the country. She served on the Rug Hooking magazine editorial board and wrote a regular column, "Recipes from the Dye Kitchen," for ten years. She passed away in 2013, but her devoted followers are pleased that her legacy and recipes live on in her comprehensive body of work.

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