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How To Dye Fabric With Food Scraps // #food #fooddye #recycle #clothes
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How To Dye Fabric With Food Scraps

How To Dye Fabric With Food Scraps // #food #fooddye #recycle #clothes

Solar dye pots, genius.

Growing Colour Tyfu Lliw

After two weeks of work experience Tara and I had amongst other things dyed 2 kilos of merino, handpainted 1 kilo and 20 silk caps. New Solar pots are: Madder and Logwood, and Mullein with a copper mordant -made using copper piping and acetic acid. It is this which is dyeing the fibres turquoise at the moment!

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Tue, 01 Apr 2014 21:12:06 +0000 This is my Kielo wrap dress by Named Clothing Patterns. Named clothing’s last pattern collection All things nice was so overwhelming. So many good looking patterns. Most companies release one of two patterns every season, Named came out with 23 patterns with lots of coordinating items. It takes a …

Katie Loves …the wow factor of this natural dye method! Use a hammer to pound out the colors from your favorite petals onto a piece of cotton or canvas.  Photo: Milliande Art Studio

Pounding Petals to Dye Fabrics Naturally

Katie Loves …the wow factor of this natural dye method! Use a hammer to pound out the colors from your favorite petals onto a piece of cotton or canvas...

Home Made Play Silks: Dyes from the Kitchen Cupboard

One of the really fun things we did this Summer was discover all the things we could dye play silks with (tissue paper & food dye.) We had so much fun dying them and then playing with them. Recently we have been playing a with red cabbage water experiments - which made me think what play silks would look like dyed with these mixtures. And why limit it to cabbage water? In my cupboard we also decided to play with turmeric, paprika & beetroot. Here is my little chemist ready to mix away to her…

Leave it to dear friend and celebrated photographer Andrea Gentl, and natural dyer and textile designer Cara Marie Piazza, to show us how…

Floral Imprinting | EyeSwoon

Leave it to dear friend and celebrated photographer Andrea Gentl, and natural dyer and textile designer Cara Marie Piazza, to show us how utterly dreamy wilted, decaying and dead flowers can be. With

Natural Dyeing with Flowers in the studio with NYC textile designer Cara Marie Piazza. Photographed by Sophia Moreno-Bunge. via Gardenista

Shopper's Diary: Natural Flower Dyes and Silk Scarves, from Cara Marie Piazza - Gardenista

Natural Dyeing with Flowers in the studio with NYC textile designer Cara Marie Piazza. Photographed by Sophia Moreno-Bunge. via Gardenista

A Verb for Keeping Warm — The Modern Natural Dyer Work-Along: Printing with Flowers + Alabama Ch

The Modern Natural Dyer Work-Along: Printing with Flowers + Alabama Ch

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

Natural Dye Chart

Since if is finally spring and time to start foregoing for natural dye stuffs, I decided that I should have an online version of my natural dye samples. So here it is! I am sure this chart will change as I am preparing to do more tea dying and finding more local Missouri plants to dye with. Most of the fabrics and yarns below were dyed using pre reduced dye powders and dye instructions from www.tablerockllamas.com. Thanks to my wonderful natural dye teacher Alison Greene for teaching me…

Colour Palette - DIY Natural Dye Fabrics

Natural Fabric Dyes

Natural Dyes I have spent the last few days experimenting with natural dyes made from plant products. The process has given me a new appreciation for natural colours and fabrics. It has been a fascinating journey as I have tested the validity of different information on the topic and worked with the natural dyes. The information below has been gathered from research and my own findings. What Can Be Used as Natural Dyes? The best thing about natural dyeing is that the ingredients you need are…

Instructions for mordanting cotton with milk, for eco-printing and natural dyeing

Preparing fabric with cow’s milk

When doing natural dyeing or eco-printing on plant-based fibres such as cotton, you need to prepare the fabric with something to help the plant dyes adhere. This could be mordants such as metals an…

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Twenty-first Century Lady: Natural Fabric Dyes

Natural Fabric Dyes

Natural Dyes I have spent the last few days experimenting with natural dyes made from plant products. The process has given me a new appreciation for natural colours and fabrics. It has been a fascinating journey as I have tested the validity of different information on the topic and worked with the natural dyes. The information below has been gathered from research and my own findings. What Can Be Used as Natural Dyes? The best thing about natural dyeing is that the ingredients you need are…

Pallet Cloth hanger

Unique Ideas for Used Wood Pallet Reusing -

Pallet Cloth hanger