Okay, here is dye pot number 2.
See these pretty red little Snap Dragon flowers? Well they were the base for dye pot number 2. The dye pot color was a very pretty deep red (the bottom picture is closer to the true color). I placed the wool into the dye pot, turned on the heat to set the dye. Then I let the wool set over night to cool and soak up as much color as it could.
Next morning I rinsed it and it turned this color.
Yea, I was surprised as well. I really thought that I would get a pretty light pink, but this is still a nice golden color. The yarn spun up very pretty and I think it might be one of my favorites for this year. I have a little of this color, and a little of the wool from the marigold pot, so I am going to spin these two together for a slightly variegated yarn. I'll post pictures when it's done.