These are the gradations I did - the first in blue and the second in yellow.
These trays are full of white ready-to-dye (RTD) cotton with leftover dyes poured over them.
Beth has two cats. Here we put the empty kitty litter buckets to great use!
Dianne and Beth showing off their dyed arms. We all wore rubber gloves but still managed to look black and blue when we were done.
We also managed to get some birding in while I was there. Beth had seen a young Great-Horned Owl a day before I arrived so we went back to where it was spotted.
I know, lousy picture but it was the best I could do. This is a beautiful Prothonotary Warbler.
I've shown lots of pictures of the Fox Squirrels we have here in Florida - but this adorable creature is a North Carolina Fox Squirrel. I love his white face and ears!
Our mission to see the baby Great-horned Owl was successful! He was a huge ball of fuzz.
Beth heard there were Painted Buntings at one of the parks. The Boy Scouts have put up a feeder and, sure enough, on our second trip we found this beautiful bird. He looks like he was designed and painted by kindergarten children with his gorgeous primary colors.
He posed for some time while we took pictures. This was a life bird for Beth as was the owl.
Although not a life bird, this Great-crested Flycatcher is a first for our yard. He's been hanging around with a friend for over a week but this is the first I've been able to get a picture.