Friday, June 10, 2016

Dyebox Review and Giveaway! (Plus a coupon code...yay!)


OK, so I've been behind the scenes doing something totally fun...dyeing my own yarn!  The lovely Makenzie from the BQueen Collection sent me one of their dye boxes to check out.  Special thanks to Makenzie!!  I have never ever dyed yarn before, but have always wanted to so naturally I was super excited!  The Dye Box is a beautiful kit that includes everything you need to dye your own pretty skein.

The Dye Box is a monthly subscription and they have given us a coupon code to get 10% off your first box!  Simply use the code FLUXDYE on their site at checkout for 10% off now through July 1st!

I made a quick video of the unboxing, check it out here:



Not familiar with dyeing yarn?  Curious about how it all works?  Here's a video on the process, join me in my yarn dyeing adventures with the Dye Box!



My adventures in dyeing ended with this wooly beauty...



Fabulous, right?  Now's your chance to win a kit of your own!  YOUR kit will have a surprise color (mine was from last month's kit).  Enter using the Rafflecopter below now through June 24th!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Also, be sure to catch up with Makenzie and the BQueen Collection company here:



Don't forget the coupon code too!  Simply use the code FLUXDYE on their site at checkout for 10% off now through July 1st!




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23 comments:

  1. Fabulous is right. I would love to try it. Thank you far an opportunity to do so.

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  2. i have never dyed yarn but it is definitely on my ever-growing "to try" list

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  3. I have never dyed yarn, but I would love to give it a go! I someday want to learn how to spin yarn too, I watched a lady use a drop spindel once and loved watching.

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  4. i have dyed yarn using koolaid

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  5. Pretty! Wonderful ideas to try-thanks -Susan

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  6. I have always wanted to try this. Your yarn turned out gorgeous.

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  7. Love this article. I will try to do this myself!

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  8. I have never tried dying. I plan on doing a glow dye before Christmas since im going to be making a glow pawprint blanket.

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  9. I have always wanted to try it.....I am so glad you posted this! I am glad someone has a kit available!

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  10. I love this kit!!! I have dyed some yarn I have only had luck with dying the cotton yarn though, The acrylic is really hard to dye. was that acrylic that you dyed on the video? Im curious

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  11. Although I have not dyed yarn yet, it is definitely something I want to do!!! Thank you for the chance to win this wonderful kit!!! Darlene P.

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  12. What a unique idea! I think this would be so much fun to try!

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  13. I have never tried dying.. I want to though! I'm nervous.

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  14. Ive never dyed yarn before but I would love to learn how!!

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  15. That turned out pretty!
    Marilyn

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  16. I have dyed yarns with veggies. It's pretty cool.

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  17. I absolutely LOVE BQueen hooks!! I have not dyed my own yarns, yet. It is in my crafting future, so winning this would be a fun step in that direction! Thank you for the fun opportunities you offer us!! You Rock!

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  18. Beautiful. Amazing color and so vivid. Great job.

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  19. I saw these kits a couple of weeks ago. I've been curious about dying my own wool for projects and this seems like a great way to give it a try.

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  20. I have never dyed yarn but I really want to try

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  21. I have never dyed yarn, but would really like to try it sometime!

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  22. I've not dyed yarn...YET! I'd love to try it!

    sarah.m.lawson

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  23. How likely is it that your newly dyed yarn will run, if any project you use it in happens to get unexpectedly wet - say in a heavy downpour?
    My other concern is in regards to our environment.. How is the dye water disposed of when we finish dyeing the yarn? Are any of the ingredients toxic? I would love to try this, these are things I need to know before jumping in. - Annie B.

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