This is a piece of silk shantung that I eco dyed on Sunday. It's the bundle on the far right in the photo below. I probably should have let it sit for a few more days because the oak leaf prints aren't that great. Still, it's a wonderful piece of eco dyed fabric that will get used eventually. The rest of the bundles are damp, in a plastic bag outside, waiting until I can't stand it any longer and have to open them.
This is a cotton doily that I eco dyed. It had been premordanted in alum, making the original leaf print very yellow. So I threw it in the tanoak pot on Sunday, then on Monday wrapped it around a piece of rusty iron.
And lastly, silk yarn that I recycled this week from a small handwoven piece. The silk is that heavy sari silk, which I had just one white skein of and wove up a couple years ago. I'd dyed it twice but the fabric was really too heavy for me to do anything with...so on Monday I ripped out the hand hemstitching and unraveled the woven piece. Made a new skein, washed and dried it, and now I'll knit up a narrow scarf of some type to wear this winter.