More yarn is dry! I do need to get more tools, however, when I dye again, because even though I dyed one of them a couple of times I still have white spots.
My “Ocean” yarn was dyed onto Wool2Dye4 sock yarn, which is a fingering weight. It is so soft, and I really liked it until about 150 yards into the hank where it got extremely tangled. My dyed yarn is somewhat tangled now too.
My “Golden Green” yarn was dyed onto Henry’s Attic Kona Superwash. It is glorious! It is so soft and didn’t (really) get tangled, which is a plus in my book.
I really wish the Wool2Dye4 didn’t tangle so much because it is nice too. I think next time I’ll have to get more tools as I mentioned (a few brushes that I can use for painting yarn — I’d hate to ruin BR’s barbecue brush!) and further prepare the yarn by spreading it out more before dyeing. But I’ll definitely be doing more soon!