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Here's my latest DIY on the Krrb blog! — Natural Dyes Using Vegetables and Other Pantry Staples - via Krrb blog

Here's my latest DIY on the Krrb blog! — Natural Dyes Using Vegetables and Other Pantry Staples - via Krrb blog

Natural fabric dyes from fruits and vegetables from an experienced dyer.

Natural fabric dyes from fruits and vegetables from an experienced dyer.

Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes that are safe for the skin.

Make Natural Dyes With Leftover Fruits and Vegetables

Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes that are safe for the skin.

cavolo rosso/ cavolo cappuccio rosso

cavolo rosso/ cavolo cappuccio rosso

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tea dying tutorial, kitty ears http://www.kitty-ears.com/2012/02/tea-dying-tutorial.html

tea dying tutorial, kitty ears http://www.kitty-ears.com/2012/02/tea-dying-tutorial.html

dye fabric with nothing but some flowers from your garden and some water. via miles of light.

dye fabric with nothing but some flowers from your garden and some water. via miles of light.

Inbox – kathy.marzan@gmail.com

Inbox – kathy.marzan@gmail.com

Solar dying is a simple and non-toxic way to give color that is directly related to the plant matter involved and the season it was gleaned, such as tomato and mint leaves, concord grapes, and black walnut hulls mixed along with alum and distilled water. A larger container like for sun tea could also be used for bigger items.

Solar dying is a simple and non-toxic way to give color that is directly related to the plant matter involved and the season it was gleaned, such as tomato and mint leaves, concord grapes, and black walnut hulls mixed along with alum and distilled water. A larger container like for sun tea could also be used for bigger items.

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