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Beauuutiful! How do the colors look so bright? I have read many reviews of this kit saying that the colors turn out very light. So I'm surprised your colors are so bright. Do you add anything to the fabric?

Love the different colors. :)

I like the scarves and the candle tutorial! There great!

Gosh you make this marbleing technique look so doable. Your pieces are lovely. Happy weekend...

This is a great tutorial, thanks for taking the time. The colours are so beautiful


Beautiful!!!! Love all the fun color combos!!! Need to be on the look out for a really long bin to try longer scarves!! I will keep an eye out this holiday season since all the holiday storage stuff is out and about! Thanks so much for sharing this!


Why does the scarf look so short when she's holding it up out of the water? All my scarves would be way too long to color in that short bucket.

Those are beautiful Lisa! It looks pretty too -- very similar to marbling Easter eggs!

This is the most awesome and useful idea that I have ever seen. I must say that you are very intelligent and that is why you have this idea. It is really very useful idea and it will help me a lot and I am sure that so many people have utilized this idea.

Goodness woman!! Is there anything you can't do?! You know I always marvel at your crafts, Lisa! TFS! :-)

Very Unique!

Lisa this is great! Thanks for sharing this tutorial with us. Now this is one (of many)of your projects I can't wait to use on my ribbon. I purchased rolls and rolls of white ribbon and have been playing with it UNsuccessfully trying to dye it. This post is right on time. Thank you so much for your continued inspiration.

O wow; beautiful! This has some definite possibilities for all cotton fabric for quilts!

LOVE this idea and thanks for tutorial. I prob won't make even tho would be GREAT gifts as I don't really have room for such a project. :o(

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