Well, I did take some photos of the spun and plied wool for the scarf before it was dyed . . . or rather, I thought I did!! Eric (blame him, because he took a video of me plying the day before) had left the camera on video setting and I hadn't noticed.
Anyway, having washed the finished wool, I laid it on a piece of polythene and hand-painted the dyes onto it. I only used 3 colours this time : blue, red and mauve. Photo below :-
The skeins were steamed for half an hour to set the dyes, then rinsed and hung up to dry:-
. . . and this is where I am with it at the moment. Will probably finish it tonight and get it wrapped up ready for the raffle.
I'm knitting the scarf fairly simply : just seed stitch with intervals of ladder stitch (it grows faster!) because the knots and knobbles in the wool, plus the colours, make it look fairly patterned anyway and I didn't want to overdo it.
I hope whoever wins this will look on here to see the process from camel (this came from Bridget, the white camel, now in Holland) to yarn, to garment. And I hope they enjoy wearing it too - I enjoyed making it!