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Medeltidsmode - NUR1 Ull råväv, tuskaft

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dyeing with black beans by Lisa Jordan. You just use the water you soak the beans in, so you still can cook with the beans. Results range from blues to greens.

Natural dyeing with black beans - range of colours blue to green (uses soaking water only, beans can be eaten) lil fish studios: dyeing with Tansy and.

By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) In today’s world, we grow edible plants so we can eat healthier, but very few people think of growing plants to dye with. There has been some evidence that the commercial productsRead this artice

30 Amazing Plants From Your Garden To Use As Dye

30 plants that you can grow in your garden to use as natural dye! By Nikki Tiley (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden)

Yarns dyed with natural herbs. Inspiring!

Garden Ideas: Grow Herbs for Natural Dyes

My natural dye chart. Inspiration for my accessory designs.

A quite lovely natural dye chart from Jessika Cates. via her site Collective Individual. Love the chart.

fabric printing with bleach/Dyeing fabric with bleach.  Applying ordinary household bleach to dark, natural-fiber fabrics, either by spraying or brushing the bleach on flat fabric (Resist-and-spray technique), or by dipping the fabric in it, after protecting part of the surface in some way from contact with the bleach. http://www.threadsmagazine.com/item/3720/dyeing-with-bleach

Dyeing with Bleach

fabric printing with bleach/Dyeing fabric with bleach. Applying ordinary household bleach to dark, natural-fiber fabrics, either by spraying or brushing the bleach on flat fabric (Resist-and-spray technique), or by dipping the fabric in it, after protect

Natural dyeing with black beans

Natural Dyeing Take 3: Black Beans

Dyeing with black beans and turtle black beans. I've been wanting to try this and these colours are convincing me. I'm not sure the difference between 'black beans' or 'turtle beans', but will see what I can find.

Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes that are safe for the skin.

Make Natural Dyes With Leftover Fruits and Vegetables

Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes. Mordants/fixatives used: For fruit dyes, simmer the fabric in cup salt and 4 cups water. For vegetable dyes, simmer in one cup vinegar and four cups water.

Making Natural Dyes from Plants | Pioneerthinking  A Listing of Plant Material Available for Dyes

Making Natural Dyes from Plants

[ DIY: Making Natural Dyes from Plants ] A Listing of Plant Material Available for Dyes ~ from Pioneerthinking

Learn how to make natural dyes with fresh flowers using these easy instructions.data-pin-do=

How to Make Natural Dyes - DIY

Harvesting color : how to find plants and make natural dyes / Rebecca Burgess ; photographs by Paige Green.

Natural Dye Easter Eggs. Pin leads to photographic and written instructions. Something to think about if you are like me and not overly fond of food coloring.

Natural Dyed Easter Eggs

Natural DIY Easter Egg Dyes to be creative and turn dying eggs into a science project of sorts using foods and other natural methods from history. Could use as a natural fabric dye as well.

natural dyes from plants - includes a very comprehensive listing of different sources and the colors they're likely to produce

Making Natural Dyes from Plants

For a natural twist on tie dying, use berries and plants to tie dye shirts, cloth bags and more. Materials: salt fixative for berry dyes (½ c salt to 8 c of water), plant fixative for plant dyes (4 parts cold water to 1 part vinegar), fabric. Steps: 1) Soak fabric in fixative for an hour. 2) Squeeze out excess water and rinse in cool water. 3) Boil equal parts water and natural dye material of choice using our guide. Simmer for an hour. 4) Place wet fabric in dye bath. 5) Let soak overnight.

For a natural twist on tie dying, use berries and plants to tie dye shirts, cloth bags and more. Materials: salt fixative for berry dyes (½ c salt to 8 c of wat on The Cedrus

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