After an exhaustive online search (45 seconds) I found this great dyer, Antony Jakubowski on Etsy. I have linked him already and you have written him a note (thank you) and he is going to be dyeing 13 colors for us in three values, as soon as he receives the fabrics I requested. Not suprisingly, I couldn't wait and ordered this set of gradations and just got them yesterday. Eeeeeooow! So wonderful! And such a great price, $25 for 8 really fat quarters of Kona. We will NOT be using Kona, as it is a looser weave, but I have my ways of dealing with that issue. For our purposes, I want to prevent fraying and so have requested a tighter weave and know you will like it better.
I opened the blue first because I need to fuse up a bunch of it to augment my pitifully low blue stack. The pieces seemed rather large for fat quarters, which are usually 18x20". So I measured and yes, they are bigger, 19.25x 21.75". which reflects the size of Kona, which has a big selvedge.
Another question was about fusing the fabric and I have that ready for you in this post from my old blog. I have posted a link for future reference on the sidebar of the class site, Focus on Fusing.
While we wait for the new fabrics, I hope you are fusing the dyed fabrics you already have on hand and will be set for the first class online tomorrow. I am so excited to say that we now have 152 participating in the US, Canada, Great Britain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, France, and Germany. Spain too, but she's a Brit. Woowoo!
And if that's not all, one of my favorite fused quilts has sold, Bradford Copse #2;
Could I be any happier?