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Natural dye fabric

Elevate your style with gorgeous natural dye fabric. Explore top ideas to incorporate eco-friendly and sustainable fashion into your wardrobe.
How to dye fabric with tea Diy Dye Fabric, Tea Dyed Fabric, Muslin Fabric, Dyeing Fabric, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Fabrics, Natural Dyeing, Dye Curtains, Grey Dye

Tea is rich with tannin (good for gripping onto fabric), is inexpensive, and attaches well to cotton and linen. It typically gives you a light brown color if you don’t use any color modifiers. You can use an iron modifier on the fabric after you dye it with the tea, which will shift your colors to grey, and increase our fabric’s color- and lightfastness. At the iron sulfate stage, you will be able to experiment with different dipping and folding techniques to create patterns on your fabric.

Tracy Boon
Eco Dyeing Fabric, How To Dye Fabric, Yarn Dyeing, Textile Dyeing, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Fabrics, Natural Dyes, Diy Natural Tie Dye, Natural Dyeing Techniques

If you’re reading this, you most likely saw an “Easy DIY Natural Dye” project on Pinterest but are now surrounded by mushy dye pots and soggy fabric, mid-primal scream, and wondering what the hell went wrong. I got you, girl. Pour yourself a glass of bubbly and let’s unpack 15 Reasons Why Your DI

Sally Wood
Eco Dyeing Fabric, Fabric Dyeing Techniques, How To Dye Fabric, Fabric Art, Natural Dyeing Techniques, Hand Dyed Fabric, Diy Fabric, Blue Fabric, Linen Fabric

Last year, I set out to use natural dye to create eight different colors for a quilt I was working on. After, I marked the variety of color in a photograph by writing the dye goods used for each color. I have returned to this photograph on several occasions to remember how this was achieved.

Tricia Grable