I finally had a chance to do some ice dyeing. I wanted to experiment a bit by starting with DRY soda ash soaked fabric. I have seen what beginning with wet fabric looks like and wanted to see what would happen if I tried it with dry fabric. I covered my fabrics with ice sprinkled with dye powder.
Here is what they looked like after ice dyeing.
Another piece of flour-paste resist before...
and after... I used rust, bronze, pumpkin spice, and golden yellow dyes for this one.
This is the only "plain" piece I dyed. It was just a plain white to start with.
If you'd like to see my set up for ice dyeing and find out why I didn't get that "crystal-like" effect that usually occurs with ice dyeing, check out my post on the Fire blog.