Gorgeous colors! began with a previously dyed ball of yarn. It had been dyed at the Winter Wooly Weekend in 2015. While the color was pretty it was a bit pale for my taste, so I decided to overdye the yarn and I love the result. First I had to find a pot to dye in so I checked at The Ferdinand Antique Emporium where I fortunately found a charming white enamel pot with red trim. Bonus! I filled the pot 2/3 full with water and two tablespoons of vinegar, brought it to a simmer and added the cake of yarn that I had previously soaked in water. It was almost too much for the water in the pot, but worked okay. Then I tucked a couple pellets of Easter Egg dye (graciously given to me by Julia S.) into the center of the yarn cake and dropped a couple of other pellets on the outside of the cake. Whew! At first both my husband and I thought it was going to be really, really dark, but I figured that I was in a win/win situation since I didn't care for the original color. Keeping the low simmer going for about 30-45 minutes (and peeking every once in a while because I'm not a patient person!), I found that the water surrounding the cake was a pale blue. Well, I figured that was good enough for me, so I turned off the heat and let the yarn sit to absorb as much dye as it would. After a couple hours, I squeezed lightly and transferred the yarn to a small empty container to continue to cool. Of course, I checked it the first thing this morning! I pulled a bit of the center pull yarn out and was delighted to find it was a lovely dark green color. Winding the dyed yarn onto the Niddy Noddy was a delight for the color senses. I love the colors and the way they ease into the next color. It's in a skein and drying on a hanger now. Initial intention was to make some colorful socks with this yarn, but I believe I have changed my mind and will knit a cowl in order to show off the gorgeous colors.