For me, being an indie dyer is about being in the moment. When I am feeling creative or inspired, that's when I break out the dyes. I like the freedom of dyeing something new every time and not worrying about what I have done in the past and what I might dye tomorrow. Every day I come to the dye pot with fresh eyes . I try to create a range of colorways so that I offer skeins for different types of knitting. Even yarns that look similar can vary by one shade and it might be exactly what someone envisions for a project. What people don't always realize is nuances can greatly influence the over look and feel of a project.
Another thing about the indie dyer community is that many of us are here to collaborate. This allows us to have a larger presence inthe hand dye world. We all bring something different to the table and that gives us an edge to capture the attention of the yarn world.
TO CONTACT ME:
info at indiedyer.com
Or on Ravelry: IndieDyer