Here is a half-gallon pickle jar full of dye and fabric. I thought the jar would be perfect for dyeing but not so. The biggest problem is that the opening is more narrow than the rest of the jar. That meant that the material all nicely scrunched couldn't fit through the opening. So, I had to put the fabric in the jar little by little. For me, that was the fatal flaw for the jar. I won't use it again. The second problem I had was that I used one yard pieces of fabric and could only fit three in the jar. That could be overcome with a bigger jar or smaller fabric. The last problem I had was with the pink dye. See the lov-er-ly pink dye at the bottom of the jar? Well, it was dead. Looked pretty but didn't dye the fabric.
And now the quilt challenge, "If you were a quilt, what would you look like?" Hmmm....what would I look like? I bit older and raggedy perhaps. I friend, Bonnie Dyer, from my quilt guild just got published in a book "Vintage Revisited." There a group of quilters took antique blocks and turned them into modern art quilts. Maybe that would be me.