I dyed about three pounds of fiber last night after the heat finally subsided outside. I held off hoping it would cool down and at about 11 P.M. it was like somebody flipped the humidity/heat switch outside and it became blissfully breezy and nice. You betcha I threw those dyepots on the stove! I had so much yumminess to dye! I bought two new fleeces at Michigan Fiber Fiesta while my mom watched my booth. A stunning crimpy beautiful CVM fleece and a few pounds of Jacob. I had never worked with either of these wools before so it was really lovely to go through the regular process, pick, wash, wash, wash, pick a little more, (ever notice how so much more comes through once it is clean!?) dye, rinse, and my FAVORITE part, once the water is spun out spreading each bit of fiber out onto the drying rack. The Jacob was so poofy and lovely and the CVM with it's lovely crimp and softness is outta this world! I can't wait for it to be dry so I can card it into some more batts for Midwest Fiber and Folk.