Natural dyeing techniques
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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
Sustainability and zero waste initiatives are super important, so I tried a natural dyeing technique using avocado, onions, red cabbage and blackberry food scraps. This DIY is so easy on natural fabric like linen and cotton, and made dyeing my reuseable sustainable face masks really fun. Try this fun project at home with your kids to teach them about eco-friendly practices and staying safe. Click to find out how to naturally dye your DIY face coverings, and to see how mine turned out!
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Mansi Kulashri saved to MDP
DIY Natural dyeing techniques for fabric and wool yarn using plants and food waste.. Dye your own clothes. DIY step by step Tutorial for beginners.
Morgan Kuyers saved to DIY
In this blog post I'll share with you my first experiment with fresh leaf indigo dyeing on cellulose fibres. I'm in love with this pretty shade of teal! I didn't know if it would work on cellulose as I've read that it's best on protein fibres, but I'm thrilled with the results. I've been growing a couple of pots of Dyer's Knotweed / Japanese Indigo (Persicaria tinctoria) on my balcony this summer (about 6 plants in total). The plants didn't seem to like the intense heat in the summer but…
Марина saved to СОЧИТАНИЕ ЦВЕТОВ
Mordants and Assists available at The Yarn Tree Today I’d like to talk about mordants.The word mordant comes from the French word “mordre” – to bite. The mordant combines with a natural dye and fixes the color to the material. Mordants make the color richer, lightfast and wash-fast.
Maria /Ninja Chickens saved to Dyeing
Eco Printing or Eco Dyeing on Fabric. How to make Eco Prints with leaves on silk chiffon and cotton fabric with an iron modifier.
Diane Kelly saved to Rust
Did you know that you can use dried hibiscus leaves to dye fabric? Learn how with our DIY Natural Dye Dish Towels tutorial.
Elia M. saved to Foraging for Knowledge
Natural dyeing is an ancient tradition & techniques behind this art hardly vary globally. Read the article to know more about natural dyeing than most people.
Joseph Carini Carpets saved to Botanical Dyes