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A dye-workers hands - Afghanistan

Dye Worker’s Hands by Thomas J. Abercrombie (National Geographic Magazine) A teenage worker uses dye-stained hands to hold a tangled nest of red yarn. The boy lives in Khulm (formerly Tashkurgan), Afghanistan, a town noted for trade in sheep and wool.

Miao people extract blue pigment from Blue Grass to dye batik, Donggoucun, Zhuchang, Longlin, Baise, Guangxi Province, China

Miao people extract blue pigment from Blue Grass to dye batik, Guangxi Province, China

Dyer's polypore (Phaeolus schweinitzii) and samples of yarn dyed with pigments from the same species show the range of colors available from mushroom dyes, California

Goddesses make their own dyes from natural substances. A favorite mushroom to use for golden yellow dye

Técnica milenaria del pueblo indígena de Boruca-Costa Rica, tintes naturales hechos con plantas para teñir sus hilos y realizar sus telas. www.facebook.com/autoctonoder

Técnica milenaria del pueblo indígena de Boruca-Costa Rica, tintes naturales hechos con plantas para teñir sus hilos y realizar sus telas. www.facebook.com/autoctonoder

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