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Learn how to naturally change the shade of your fabric with a tea-dye. It's easy, and anticipation over the results are part of the fun!
Robyne Lloyd Davies saved to Wild Dyes
Anyone who can make a pot of tea can dye a skein of wool or yard of plain linen to whatever color they want, using commonly found plants.
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Natural Dyeing Tutorial. Learn how to use red cabbage to obtain beautiful purples, greens and blues with organic cotton yarn.
Lindsey Hyatt saved to Om
Because of how often I use and dye wool, I’m always fascinated by how other people dye their fabric. I knew people used plants, but after doing a little research to try it on my own, I was shocked to see how many different types of plants can be used to basically get every color Read More >>
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Nature provides a rainbow of colors that you can use to dye fabrics naturally to avoid harmful chemicals. Learn how to use natural dyes.
Elycia Harrington saved to Natural Dyed
Tell us about your relationship with plants and the Earth? My relationship with nature has really developed over the last 8-9 years since I started dyeing with plants. Before that point I can honestly say that I didn't pay a huge amount of attention to the plants growing around me. I just saw trees as general ‘greenery’ and didn't look at details in the way I do now. The last few years have been a gradual love affair with nature. I live in a busy town (for now, anyway) and searching for new…
Lee Pazynski saved to Crafty Crap
Do you want to dye fabric or yarn? Have you ever tried extracting colors from plants? It's easy when you know where to look! There are hundreds of plants bearing beautiful dyes, growing all around us. If you open your eyes and look around, you will find an abundance of color in front of your door. I
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Learn how to extract dye from acorns, and use it to achieve a beautiful range of natural color, including tans, browns, and blacks!
Darla Steindler saved to DIY
As a brand dedicated to revitalize the craft of weaving and naturally dyeing, we are invested in learning and teaching the beautiful and ancient art of natural dyeing. Natural dyeing is the practice of using natural ingredients such as plants and food waste to obtain colors to dye fabric with.
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