Color mixing: Day 1

Yes, it really is going to be over 1,000 swatches! I've seen the swatch book that's going to result from all this work and it's pretty amazing. Carol is organized beyond anything that I've seen in quite a while, but she's organized without being uptight. That's nice. So, we do two straight days of dying/overdying--Yellow, Red, Blue--in regular, bright, and earth tone families. Then I gather that there's going to be quite a good bit of ironing, cutting, and assembling of pages.

This picture picture tells the tale: graduated cylinders, buckets, and spoons. We're dying even solid colors so every bucket needs to be stirred for about 90 minutes. I'm actually a little sore. (Not enough gym time).

OK, off to dinner with a big group. One of our class, Michelle, is local and she's leading a bunch of us to an out-of-the-way Asian place. Funny thing...I met Michelle the last time I was at ProChem for a workshop...nice to reconnect.