Never heard of forking before. Wish you would have elaborated a bit more. It looks so different from the skein when knit up; I would have expected to see more blue.....
I just let the dye drip off the fork onto the skein making spots on the skein.
Nothing wrong with a bit of spottiness! I think they look quite festive!
Nice! I really like how that turned out. I'm going to have to give that a try.
Forking - hahaha. I think it looks great!
I think forking is the new "hip" technique all the big indy dyers are doing lately. I've seen a lot of speckled yarns all over ravelry right now.
Nice to play mad scientist in the dye lab!I like the spottiness of the knit-couldn't see it as well in the skein.I do like the more intense color of the finished yarn. Fun!
You are so creative with so many talents lady! I love mitts and it doesnt matter to me if they are scratchy so good choice. I think the orange really pops and I love it
What a cool concept! I love how you find all these craft techniques and give them a try and we get to read about your fabulous crafting times. Your photos really add to the adventure. Wishing you well.
I love low-tech solutions, like using a fork for dying. I think those little spots make a difference.
I love the "Stick a fork in it!" I was wondering when I read that headline… I love how the yarn is knitting up so differently Than the skein. It always amazes me. Good job! Blessings, Betsy