Leftovers created in the studio can lead to some wonderful surprises. I've been dyeing silk scarves the last week or so and have used my supply of scarves. I have small amounts of many dye colors - purples, blues, greens, hot pink etc. I don't want to throw them out. I found some silk broadcloth, one of my favorite silks; it has wonderful texture and body. I decided to randomly pour leftover dye over the surface, steam it like crazy and anxiously await to see what would happen - how bad could it be? I really like the fabric. I have no idea what I'll do with it or if I'll take it further and stamp or screen on top of it. I think the colors are yummy. Sometimes using so many colors can produce muddy results but today the dyeing Gods were with me. Below is a detail..