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Natural Fabric Dyeing: How to Dye Silk and Other Protein Fibers by Kristine Vejar

Natural Fabric Dyeing: How to Dye Silk and Other Protein Fibers by Kristine Vejar

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Natural dyes: their history and how to make them

Using natural plant extracts, learn to dye a beautiful silk scarf with Kristine Vejar. You will learn the ins and outs of working with silk and other protein fibers like wool, including how to prepare fabric for dyeing, and how to create desired colors and shades using natural extracts. Once you...

Natural Fabric Dyeing: How to Dye Cotton and Other Cellulose Fibers by Kristine Vejar

Using Mordants With Natural Plant Dyes - DIY - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Using Mordants With Natural Plant Dyes - DIY

'Choosing your mordant wisely is one way that you can create a more sustainable dyeing practice…' / Using Mordants With Natural Plant Dyes - DIY - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Colour Palette - DIY Natural Dye Fabrics

Twenty-first Century Lady: Natural Fabric Dyes. Wonder how to get them not to bleed the color dyes into other fabrics though.

DIY Natural Fabric Dyes Chart and How To Dye Fabric from Anjou Clothing here. The yellow powder is tumeric and the bottom purple leaves are lavandar. These are the results that she got using 100% natural fabric liked undyed silk. For a how-to on dyeing natural fabrics go to the link (and also read the comments). First seen at Transient Expression here.

DIY Natural Fabric Dyes Chart and How To Dye Fabric from Anjou Clothing here. The yellow powder is tumeric and the bottom purple leaves are lavandar. These are the results that she got using 100% natural fabric liked undyed silk. For a how-to on dyeing natural fabrics go to the link (and also read the comments). First seen at Transient Expression here.

Crafty Katie: Natural Dyeing: Blackberry

Turns out blackberries can do other things besides make delicious treats and be a pain in the garden. I love the nice purple and green that.

natural dye ideas.  Fantastic ideas, (coffee and tumeric).  Pinterest has flagged as spam, but it's definitely not.

Elegance & Elephants: Natural Fabric Dyeing with Tumeric & Coffee.anyone know some other ways to dye fabrics naturally!

Tibetans use the liquor from boiled rhubarb leaves as natural mordant that works best with animal fibres.    Apparently, a pound of rhubarb leaves can mordant several pounds of fibre. Make sure you boil the leaves in a well-ventilated area, as the fumes can cause problems, and note that rhubarb leaves contain oxalic acid, which is a poison, and should not be eaten.

Rhubarb leaves as a mordant when using plant dyes - loads of info on dying naturally

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