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A ChemKnits video series experimenting with innovative ways to dye yarn using food coloring, acid dyes, natural dyes, and more.
A ChemKnits video series experimenting with innovative ways to dye yarn using food coloring, acid dyes, natural dyes, and more.
109 backers pledged $3,775 to help bring this project to life.

Now on Patreon!

Posted by Rebecca Brown (Creator)
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I have some excited news: This morning I launched the ChemKnits Patreon page!  Patreon is a membership platform that allows fans to contribute to their favorite creators on a monthly basis. You all Kickstarted Dyepot Weekly, and now through Patreon we can keep it funded.  

ChemKnits Patrons can select rewards that include early access to new dyeing videos, exclusive behind the scenes sneak peek videos, shout outs, and more.  I just started to explore the platform, but it looks like we can have a lot of fun!  

My goal is to make dyeing yarn at home approachable and accessible to everyone. Patreon will not reduce the number of dyeing videos that are available to the public.  If anything, it is going to enable me to produce more fantastic content that everyone can enjoy.  

If a monthly subscription isn't your kind of thing, there will be other ways that you can support future Dyepot Weekly episodes.  My stash of hand dyed yarns has grown again, so I am working to set up a destash sale on Etsy.  I might also include some sponsorship options where you can work with me to design the video.  Don't worry, I'll let you know when the shop is open.  Watching, liking, and commenting on the YouTube videos is also a FANTASTIC way to support the ChemKnits brand.  

When I started this Kickstarter, I honestly thought I was just starting a weekly video series.  I didn't expect that we would end up with this fantastic community, and I love finding new ways to interact with all of you.  I am so excited about the future for ChemKnits.  Please check out the ChemKnits Patreon page to learn more about becoming a Patron so we can keep producing fantastic yarn dyeing videos.  

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