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Madder on silk, wool and other fibres

Madder on silk, wool and other fibres

blackbeanskeins

Natural Dyeing Take 3: Black Beans

Dyeing with black beans and turtle black beans. I've been wanting to try this and these colours are convincing me. I'm not sure the difference between 'black beans' or 'turtle beans', but will see what I can find.

WABI SABI - simple, organic living from a Scandinavian Perspective.: The Colors of Easter

Wabi Sabi Art + Design from a Scandinavian perspective Natural elegance Scandinavian modern Harmonious style Creative spaces Clever DIY Tutorial

Avocado All Three - dying wool naturally

Using Avocado Skins to Dye Wool

Extracting natural blue pigment from the leaves of the Woad plant. The pigment has traditionally been used to dye wool but it can also be used in naturally colouring soap.

Extracting natural blue pigment from the leaves of the Woad plant. The pigment has traditionally been used to dye wool but it can also be used in naturally colouring soap. ** Latin name = Isatis Tinctoria ** French name = pastel des teinturiers **

Hollyhock: Greenish Side of Blue

Hollyhock: Greenish Side of Blue

This hollyhock dye experiment was the most joyful of surprises! I have not seen this color before- ever, not from a natural or synthetic source. That is the beauty of a natural dye- the color tha…

hoolawhoop: twigs

olive oil i'm a student live in bangkok, Thailand

dyrhildr: Dyeing with (dried) elderberries  1. Fresh elderberry + alum + bicarbonate of soda 2. Fresh elderberry + alum 3. Dried elderberries + vinegar + alum

Dyeing with (dried) elderberries Fresh elderberry + alum + bicarbonate of soda Fresh elderberry + alum Dried elderberries + vinegar + alum

apple leaves natural dyeing

A Natural Dye Garden – Plant to Dye Pot – Part I

apple leaves, fermented 30 days/w water, pre-mordanted with alum & cream of tartar.

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