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  • This handknitted lace shawl is made out of hand-dyed 50/50 Merino Wool/Silk blend laceweight yarn with rootbeer brown colored beads.

    Valentines, part the first

  • Indeed, one showstopper, a dramatic deep dark red confection with a lush, swirling train, reportedly required 720 years of hand-dyed fabric.

    Resort Wear from Luxe to Laid Back

  • For a lover, she might choose "something more sexy, intimate" such as black lacquer paper with a ribbon of hand-dyed silk.

    Dressing Up Your Presents

  • Kirsten brought her fabulous hand-dyed supplies along, so we had a wonderful woolly rainbow of materials to choose from.

    » Watch Out, I’m Needle Felting! Strocel.com

  • Ms. Bailey, who works with hand-dyed yarns made of wool, silk and cotton, crocheted the celestial orbs by hand, then created digital images.

    Subway Depths, Lit by Art

  • It is made by women by hand - hand-dyed, hand-woven -- and so it gives it that something special.

    Afghan Fashion Hits London's High Street

  • Seven unique colors of hand-dyed security threads.

    Gideon’s war

  • For their adventures, Kors suggests a womenswear wardrobe of hand-dyed caftans, ponchos and serape-style wrap skirts, worn with cashmere henleys and animal-print maillot swimsuits.

    Word of advice for spring wardrobe: caution

  • Heavy, hand-dyed linen Add a hint of softness Some rooms in the villa had simple velvet window treatments.

    Monastic Fantastic

  • You'd want to use very, very simple upholstery, like a heavy, hand-dyed linen.

    Monastic Fantastic

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