Here's my results:
Three plates of some pretty colors. Let's take it one at a time.
On this plate: left hand side is orange. Made a nice peachy color. On the upper part of the plate is a mixture of grape and tropical punch. Wouldn't you think that grape would give you a fabulous color? After all, grape Kool Aid turns your mouth and tongue a bright purple and stains your clothes very nicely. For dyeing lace -- UGH! It was the ugliest color you ever saw. Even mud looked better (g). So an overdye with tropical punch and this is a much nicer color.
This plate is cherry. The darker lace at the bottom was a hideous avacado green lace which I overdyed with the cherry. It's looking much nicer now. The other lace in the center that's kind of funny colored -- the jury's still out on that one.
I should mention this only works with natural fibers (cotton, silk, wool, etc.). I tested a couple of nylon laces and the color washed out completely with a very small amount of water. Even though this is dyed in the crock pot with some vinegar, there is still a lot of rinsing to get the color to stop running. I don't know if it is totally colorfast now, but I would only trust it on something that is not going to get washed (like my crazy quilts).