here, here and here), and it is a lot of fun! When I was sewing up my new notebook cover last week, I cut into a little of the white on white Seed Catalog print from Annie's Farm Stand. It hit me that it would be PERFECT for dying! White on white prints are a little magical in that when you dye them the background takes the dye and the print pattern stays light. This image, from Fabrics to Dye For, illustrates it perfectly!
Malka Dubrawsky uses in her dyeing, and I used it last year when I experimented with wax resist dyeing. I figured if I'm going to do it, I might as well do it right!
Color Your Cloth. It is an amazing resource and inspiration! Rossie has some great information on dyeing too!
Pink Castle Fabrics! One of very few places you can still get it!