Another fiber dyed at Sharon's is 8 oz of corriedale X from Ashland Bay. The roving was laid out on plastic wrap and painted or poured on really then wrapped and steamed. After the fiber dries I like to draft it out and braid it to keep the fiber from getting messed up. More 8 oz wheels of corriedale X. I dyed these at home. Both dyed with the same colors the one on the left is cold pour or painted on plastic wrap and the one on the left was done with the hot pour method. Hot pour: put large pot on stove with water and vinegar add fiber heat to 190 degrees pour dye over fiber and keep hot for 10 minutes more let cool. If your looking for a good book about dyeing get "The Twisted Sisters Sock Workbook". Even if you never knit a pair of socks this book is a must for dyeing. There is information about mixing colors, different ways to dye the fiber and how to spin your fiber to make the color ways you like to use. I love it and use it to get good ideas on mixing and matching colors.
I did a little silk also. White and honey tussah on the right dyed with the same colors the white is drafted out and the honey colored tussah is just dried and ready to draft.
The picture below is silk. On the right is honey colored dyed with the same colors as the white silk in the middle. I did not like the middle color so took half of the roving and over dyed it in some red dye. ( As Laura would say "If you don't like the color over dye":o) The yellow turned a copper color and the turquoise turned purple with some of the original color under the purple and violet. I like the looks in person better than the picture. It should spin up awesome!