Messy Color™ Dirty Laundry Ltd Run

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Dirty Laundry Ltd Run (511818)<br />An opalescent off-white.

An opalescent off-white.




"Even though Dirty Laundry is an opal, it is not very translucent. The color is just a bit off-white. Sometimes it looks pinkish to me and sometimes yellowish and sometimes just a bit dirty white." – Gloria Sevey

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Limelight & Dirty Laundry
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"These are both encased in 006. The silver glass in both cases has a mottled and feathered look with noticeable edges. The Boreas on the right is blue-purple and the Dirty Laundry underneath has fumed a darker caramel brown. The Luna 2.1 bead on the left is lovely. The silver glass has again formed dark then light lines in the centre, and the darker amber lines are the gaps between the spirals. The Dirty Laundry hasn’t fumed very far though, leaving cloudy white ends which I love." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
"I have used Dirty Laundry as the base for the first trio of hearts in the picture on the left. Dirty Laundry looks slightly creamy yellow in comparison with Marshmallow [middle set] and is much denser than Cirrus [trio on the right]." Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass' blog.
Jolene Wolfe
"Dirty Laundry is similar to Frozen, but with a light, cream hue. The glass is very soft when molten and flows nicely. Upon pressing, the glass is a firm surface for fine stringer work or enamels. A luminous glass for a variety of designs." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Sellers
"Even though Dirty Laundry is an opal, it is not very translucent. The color is just a bit off-white. Sometimes it looks pinkish to me and sometimes yellowish and sometimes just a bit dirty white."
Gloria Sevey