Messy Color™ Chamomile Ltd Run

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Chamomile Ltd Run (511309)<br />An opaque yellow.

An opaque yellow.




"Atypically for CiM- this is a layered glass- which is starting to be a thing that I look for in a glass. Because once you start dragging the glass around, you get much more interesting results, like this." Read more at DragonJools' blog. – Dwyn Tomlinson

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Chamomile, Hades, Moccasin, Butter Pecan
Heather Sellers
Chamomile
Amy Hall
Bottom part is Chamomile, edges are Nectar [top part is Crocus encased in transparent Lavender, over a pale pink base]
Sarah Hornik

Visit the CiM Resource Page on the Kitbitz Art Glass site.
See Kay Powell’s frit testing samples.
Browse Serena Thomas’ color gallery.
Check out Miriam Steger’s CiM color charts.


"Atypically for CiM- this is a layered glass- which is starting to be a thing that I look for in a glass. Because once you start dragging the glass around, you get much more interesting results, like this." Read more at DragonJools' blog.
Dwyn Tomlinson
"This colour surprised me! Look at the difference between the rod colour and [most of] the beads. Those spacers were batch annealed because of the aforementioned kiln problems, and before they went in the kiln they were much more like the rod colour – still swirly with transparent and less transparent areas, but a yellow ochre rather than a green ochre. The gremlin went into the kiln straight away, and they all came out like this! Which frankly I find far more interesting." Read more at Heather's blog.
Heather Kelly
“Chamomile is a vivid, spiced-mustard yellow. The glossy glass boasts lovely striations of gloss giving the appearance a luminous mossy glow. The rich color is an earthy addition to the Messy palette. No reaction was noted when paired with silvered ivory shard.”
Heather Sellers
“There is nothing at all similar in my glass stash to compare Chamomile with. It surprised me, in rod form it looked like it was going to turn out much darker than it did for me here. I really like the way parts of my beads have remained transparent whilst other parts have opacified more which looks especially lovely in the leaves.” Read more at Kitzbitz Art Glass’ blog.
Jolene Wolfe