Yesterday, I dyed some fat quarters, each in a single color, using some of the new dyes I got from Prochem. Here's how they came out...
Above is Watermelon #302. Interesting pattern and nice areas of light and dark, but no separation of colors.
This is Musk Melon #200 - same as above, no separation of colors, but a pretty sherbet-y orange.
This is Golden Pineapple #100. I did get some separation of colors - either that or some of the Musk Melon migrated, and that's not really a big white area in the upper right, it's just a pale spot.
Now we're getting to the good stuff. This is Lapis #4148. Mmmmm, I love this color. It looks like it will be a really nice cool purple, which is hard to come by. The colors separated nicely. I definitely want to try this with ice dyeing.
And this is Blue Violet #810, which I was hoping would be a nice cool purple, but it obviously has a lot of red in it. The colors migrated nicely and this is a very rich piece. Obviously red and blue travel at different speeds, so purples are good colors to use when doing this type of dyeing.