Last year before I had my accident, I had begun to experiment quite a bit with ice dyeing - oh so exciting and fun! I did a ton and now have pieces to use up. First I did a sample using one layer of wool and topped with a silk batt and loved the results although the background looks grey in the picture it is actually a greenish blue and all the colors match the dye colors. The top piece is the back and the second picture shows the texture of the silk batt - scrumptious!
Next I used a long piece to make a wrap, I loved the iced dying but I must say, after felting the dyeing doesn't show up quite as much. For the second piece, I used two layers of wool to learn what the different would be between using one and two layers and for the surface I used silk hankies in the same tones as the ice dyeing - it is a little more substantial but not too heavy because the wool was shingled very lightly for the two layers. I also learned that I do not like working with some artificial fiber (not sure what it was) that I had purchased some time ago because it looked like silk - even though I just used a tiny bit, you can see how strong it is and I won't be using this again.