The Iso Dye Club ecourse reflection
The live round of the Iso Dye Club has come to an end, although new students are still welcome to join and will be able to work through the ecourse at their own pace. It has been the most wonderful…
indigo shibori pillows - Mint Modern Home
If you follow us on Pinterest, you may have noticed a common theme. We’re all about some indigo shibori! This Japanese dyeing technique uses indigo dye to create distinctive blue patterns. By folding or twisting cloth it allows some of …
Magical Logwood Eco Printing - Made By Barb - dye from wood chips
Be amazed at how this dye can make such amazing results. Eco printing with Logwood gives such magical results, such beautiful colours!
Eco-Printing with Madder Root - Made By Barb - dye & print with madder
DIY of Predyeing with madder root and print with botanicals to produce such unexpected beautiful results. Using leaves with high tannins give great results
Dyeing with Acorns (a Natural Dye for Fabric and Yarn)
Learn the art of dyeing with acorns. An easy way to make this all natural dye for cotton or wool fabric. Perfect for tea towels or t-shirts!
What Type of Water Should I Use to Naturally Dye? | Practical and Pretty
Whether you are new to natural dyes or an expert, you may be wondering what type of water you should use. I’m here to show you my results using rain water, distilled water and tap water. This experiment was so fun. It was literally pouring buckets in my little desert and I thought, what if...
Felt artist and tutor | Gladys Paulus felt artist | Frome
Eco-printing is a technique developed by Australian dyer India Flint, which involves bundling leaves in cloth or felt and then steaming or dyeing the bundles in a plant based dye vat. Under the right conditions, the prolonged contact of the leaf on the cloth can make a beautiful print. This all sounds straightforward and easy […]
Latest Totally Free tie dye hoody | Dress to Popular – prosel pin blog
For this easy reservoir top dress, I chose to utilize a dark color, a nickel shade, and a bordeaux.I believe I
Eco fashion leaf print wool silk jersey dress
An eco fashion one of a kind dress designed and made by myself in Sydney. Printed with the leaves of the neighborhood that give their glorious pigment of bright orange and their delicate beauty in form. Hand stitched and unique, a beautifully comfortable silk wool jersey that is wonderful to wear, light as a feather. Looks gorgeous with the matching ooak jacket. Dimensions: bust 42 inches, 108 cm waist 42 inches, 108 cm thigh 50 inches, 128 cm length 37 inches, 94 cm Looks great worn with…
Blue Silk Satin Scarf Eco Dyed & Printed Gum Maple Sumac | Etsy
It started with a rusty horseshoe and a pail of vinegar and water. Weeks later this brew became the “glue” that helped attach the pigments and tannins from leaves (foraged along the creek running through our prairie hills) to silk fabric. The process involves first choosing a natural dye, in this case indigo blue, to color the silk, then laying the foraged leaves, on the fabric, applying the iron mordant (either directly on the leaves or using an ‘iron blanket’), bundling the layers around…