From there the skeins took a long, really, really hot bath in Eucalan in separate tubs as they had not previously been rinsed at all. There was significant dye run off. Imagine that part as I forgot to take pictures.
There was a lot of weighted hanging around time. Heavy weights. I found them in the shop. They were industrial strength Master locks. Yeah!
I'm quite pleased with the results. Most of the kinks are gone. Indeed - quite kink-free. And that Plymouth hank had a ways to go being knit with a single strand. But while the results are good, the process just doesn't seem worth it to me. Way too much extra work. The white spots from where the dye doesn't absorb through the knit stitches in the Knit Picks yarns are bothersome - unless that's the look you were going for - which I wasn't. Maybe it's just me - but give me my long skeins and I'm a happy girl.