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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
Long-term readers of this blog may remember that a couple of years ago our house was really badly flooded when the water tank in the loft overflowed while we were on holiday. :-( We came back to a …
Vicki Swaynie saved to Batik/Shibori
Would you believe that my family is planning on moving again? It would be my 5th move since I started this blog in 2008. If I'm lucky the future will hold a "craft room" for me...fingers crossed. I've been thinning out my possessions in preparation for moving. I had little bottles of dye-stuff from Maiwa, the natural dye store in Vancouver BC. I figured a good use for these little bits would be to experiment dyeing something other than wool. I went with my second favorite textile---linen. I…
Lynn D saved to natural dyes fabrics
Very less do we know that we can create textures and pattern with the things easily available at home. Here are few interesting ideas to try with fabric dying..
Diana Morgan saved to Tie Dye
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.
Zuahaza saved to | Loom Weaving
Naturally dyed silk bandana These bandanas are made of habotai silk with rough rolled edges. Each bandana is a unique pieces of art as they are each sewn and hand dyed with botanical dyes in my studio. Hand wash or wash on delicate with a pH neutral soap.
How to make natural green dye using mate. step by step tutorial on how to get intense natural green dye using mate and iron water.
Use ice or snow to create vibrant, water-colored textiles, by Saki Jane.
Dharma Trading Co saved to Ice Dyeing
Are you as excited as I am to see the results of the dyeing experiment begun on Wednesday? Here are the strategically folded bundles of ...
Karen Shelton saved to Christmas crafts