I'll bet it smells wonderful! I can't wait to see the results.
What is your fabby? Linen? Evenweave? Are you gonna bake it too? You go girl! Waiting to see your masterpiece:)
I, too, can't wait to see the results! I bet it turns out great. If it turns out great, did you write down what you used so that you can duplicate it? :)Melinda
Can't wait to see the results!
Whoo~hoo! You go!! Not only will it look great, but it will smell great too!
Gosh what a mixture. I will certanly be staying tuned for the results.
Looks like double double toil and trouble, fire burn and caldron bubble! Will be watching to see your results.
I bet it smells real good though!
I'll take a Grande size...... Hold the whipped creme!
I've been playing with staining fabric too. Can't wait to see what happens!
Me too Faye - but I want the whipped cream.
Looks yummy! Can't wait to see.
Mmmmmm sounds good and can't wait to see the results. Scratch and sniff fabric? I want it. :)
How interesting! When you write about it, I hope you'll talk about its smell. When I've coffee dyed fabric before, it had a very recognizable coffee smell and some people found it unpleasant. I'll be curious to know your results.
Looks so sweet xx
I am looking forward to seeing how it comes out!
Now, let it age in a dark room and serve it with a bit of cheese. tee hee hee. Actually it will be a truly unique and amazing colour when finished. I can't wait to see what you have in mind for it. Have fun being creative.Cheers
Add some chocolate and we'll be coming round to drink it ,lol . Looks fab though , hope it works .X
Um, yup! It does look gross. ;)
Hmmm. Cinnamon sticks, never thought of that. I have some madder root and annatto seeds if you want some for the next go round. I bet it's going to turn out gorgeous.
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