In order for me to enjoy the process, I don't keep any notes. I realize that I most likely will be unable to create an exact colour. I also know if I had to stop and write down measurements, cut samples and maintain some type of ledger, it would exhaust the fun right out of it.
Each time is a new adventure for me, and I love that. These pieces are done by adding colour at each end of the dye bath container and seeing how they interact or meet in the middle. The blue/pink is the last of my PFD cotton (desparately waiting for next shipment) and the yellow/red was an old pale yellow tablecloth that I dyed.
I am going to do some more using this process, but I also have ordered some fun Setacolor paints that use the sun to show shapes placed on them during the dye process.
Next up, my studio. I have had several requests to show you that, so stay tuned.