I’ve even a very small quantity of kettle-dyed bulky yarn. I just love big ol’ bulky yarns. they are squishy and knit up so quickly! I don’t plan to offer much in the hand-dyed vein, so get these skeins while they’re around because I won’t be able to recreate the colors exactly. See, kettle dyeing is kind of like a guessing game. You put the yarn in the hot water, mix up your colors, pour them in the water and either leave or agitate. You just never know what you’re gonna get. Actually, dying is more of an art than a science in my opinion. You can do your best, plan, organize, estimate, measure, etc. But, when it comes right down to it, you get what you get when the dye hits the fiber or fabric. I used to get frustrated that my “pre-conceived notions” didn’t match the dye results. But, I’ve learned that you just let dyeing happen as it will. Some things just will not be controlled.