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Overdyeing with procion dyes – Join me for my livestream demonstration today!

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natural-colour marl yarn overdyed with procion dyes

Overdyeing yarn with procion mx dyes - livestream demonstration

natural-colour marl yarn overdyed with procion dyes
My first video to test all the technology with my first livestream is happening today!
 
You can acces today’s livestream by going to the Facebook discussion group and there will be a post at the top of the page. Simply click on it when we go live and you should (fingers crossed!) be able to join me!

What to expect

In this first livestream I’ll be doing some overdyeing with our Hue & Dye procion mx dyes – showing you a couple of ways to correct an overbright colour, tone, enhance or zhush up a less exciting yarn. This is a demo not a full tutorial – the tutorial videos I have planned will have more detail (and a bit more structure too!). 

Can I ask a question?

Of course! Please feel free to email or message me about the video and I’ll do my best to answer any questions.

Is it possible to request other technique videos?

Yes, please do! It may not be possible straightaway but I’ll be posting a ‘timetable’ on the website and social media so do keep checking in to see what’s coming up.

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Debbie Tomkies
Debbie Tomkies

Debbie is a textile designer, hand-dyer, author and tutor with over 25 years' experience in her field. Debbie has 4 books and over 100 articles published in major magazines and welcomes requests for articles, how-to features, technical and research articles, video tutorials and books.

Making Futures

In addiiton to being a partner in DT Craft & Design, Debbie runs social enterprise Making Futures CIC, delivering a wide range of workshops, classes, Arts Award, Artsmark and City & Guilds accredited programmes. Debbie also offers business mentoring and start-up advice to new creative enterprises.

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