Red cabbage dye with baking soda added (alkaline pH.)

Red cabbage dye with baking soda added (alkaline pH.) - Seems as though it may not be all that light-fast and colors will fade quickly.

Avocado All Three - dying wool naturally

Using Avocado Skins to Dye Wool

Bedstraw. Use the roots to make shades from peach to orange. Madder family.

Fragrant Bedstraw Galium triflorum /Madder Family This plant was once dried and used as mattress stuffing. It becomes more fragrant when it is dried. The tiny white flowers are in groups of I found these in Oak Ridge .

The ivy in our back yard is making a comeback, so this could be a useful for it...

The ivy in our back yard is making a comeback, so this could be a useful for it.

naturally dyeing with goldenrod graphic

Spring Inspired Palette - grassy green, goldenrod, asparagus green and dark moss.

A great pictorial list of natural dye souces

A great pictorial list of natural dye souces: comprehensive list includes 168 plants you can use for dyeing.

Dye Plants I: The Highly Coveted Madder Red

Dye Plants I: The Highly Coveted Madder Red

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