As a spinner who weaves, or a weaver who spins, winding a warp and threading the loom are peaceful processes for me. Think about it--every inch of the yarn passes through my fingers. For a spinner, that's one of the heavenly parts, fiber between the fingers. So, interestingly, I do not feel the same way about the pre- and post-preparation winding in order to dye yarn. I would much rather dye fabric. So fast forward to 2011, when I decide to single-handedly introduce cotton that has been treated to accept dyes readily. Initially I called it "EZ Dye", but my attorney convinced me that I would be hard pressed to protect it as a trademark. So in 2013 I renamed it "Dye-Lishus™ cotton" and applied for the trademark. Here's the logo: