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natural dye. red onion skins. easiest to start, need no color fixer nor a special/separate pot.

natural dye. red onion skins. easiest to start, need no color fixer nor a special/separate pot.

Transient No mordant used for the first simmer, approx. 1 hour in water. After a couple of days, I drizzled an alum solution (a pinch of alum dissolved in 100 ml hot water) over the bundle (edges, sides, etc. sort of randomly), and simmered it again (still bundled) in a weak walnut dye bath. After a couple of days wrapped in bubble wrap on my radiator, I then unwrapped it

Transient No mordant used for the first simmer, approx. 1 hour in water. After a couple of days, I drizzled an alum solution (a pinch of alum dissolved in 100 ml hot water) over the bundle (edges, sides, etc. sort of randomly), and simmered it again (still bundled) in a weak walnut dye bath. After a couple of days wrapped in bubble wrap on my radiator, I then unwrapped it

Sun Printing (can't do it on a rainy day...but it's still a craft I'd love to try!)

Sun Printing (can't do it on a rainy day...but it's still a craft I'd love to try!)

Lotta Helleberg ... inleaf.blogspot.com  On Paper: Puts leaves between sheets of paper; tightly bound between two boards. Drops the board into hot water; simmers a couple of hours.

Lotta Helleberg ... inleaf.blogspot.com On Paper: Puts leaves between sheets of paper; tightly bound between two boards. Drops the board into hot water; simmers a couple of hours.

// Avocado ~ Boil the skins and pit and soak cloth overnight ~ turns white fabric pink.

// Avocado ~ Boil the skins and pit and soak cloth overnight ~ turns white fabric pink.

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