We have been branching out lately creating bin-dyed fabric for you. Bin-dyeing uses layers of compressed fabric and dye in a smallish bin so that the dye penetrates the layers below and merges with the dye from the layer above to make random (but oddly symmetrical) patterns. Some of what looks like creases are dyeing effects in the fabric and does not reflect on our ability with an iron!
These could be used for creating a whole-cloth wall hanging or finding unique sections to use in applique or paper piecing.
All pieces here are half-metres and cost $12 plus postage.