pixie knits that is such a cute set!
kaydee- here is what i do. i have dyed both superwash and lionbrand lion wool this way (and i didn't felt it) i first soak the yarn in very hot tap water with a generous splash of vinegar (1/4-1/2 cup per skein) let it soak. get your dye pot ready. fill it, but leave room for your yarn. add more vinegar (same amount, but more won't hurt either) to the pot. turn on your stove to medium heat. when water is steaming hot, add your color. that will vary depending on the look you are going for and what you are using to dye with. if you are using a solid dye (i.e. food color gels <wiltons> kool-aid, powder dye) make sure to stir well so it is completely disolved! then i take the yarn out of the bowl it has been soaking in, and squeez excess water out (but not all, you want some left in) and add to your pot. let it soak until the water is clear. (you can leave the heat on low, but i turn it off after 5 minutes of heat and let it cool slowly) rinse and hang to dry! The most important thing when handling feltable wool is don't aggitate it much! be gentle and stir your pot just a little to make sure the yarn is evenly coated/ HTH