another study in yellow:
this time, two of Pro Chem's yellows (sun and lemon)
and tangerine, which, I know is orange,
but I have always interpreted it to be very pale.
above, it appears quite orange, sadly.
Ice dyeing doesn't allow one the option of paler hues.
You get what you get, and you have no control...AT ALL.
That's the beauty and that's the ugly, 'nuff said.
Today my time was partially occupied constructing a pillow
for our new grandson,
I am using some leftover fabric from his crib quilt.
I have a bit more to do in order to complete it.
The afternoon was almost totally occupied with the installation
of my new range.
My old and much-loved dual-fuel Thermador had several problems
which were irreparable.....
parts, parts, parts!
and they are no longer manufactured ;-(
now, that is aggravating!!!
so, we decided upon an all-gas Samsung.
I love cooking with gas, but have yet to bake with it.
How about you?????
There were complications locating the gas line,
and fortunately Ricky, our electrician,
was extremely cautious and took his time.
We gave the new range a test drive this evening.
He made applesauce,
while I made chicken a la king
and roasted peppers in the gas oven.
All is well!
Thanks, Ricky, for a great job!
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