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Staghorn Sumac as a natural dye mordant (with instructions for Rhubarb and Juniper mordants as well)

Staghorn Sumac as a natural dye mordant (with instructions for Rhubarb and Juniper mordants as well)

How to plan a natural dye garden (and learn how to actually grow plants!)

How to plan a natural dye garden -

How to plan a natural dye garden (and learn how to actually grow plants!)

Medieval Dyes and Dyeing | The Bayeux Tapestry

Medieval Dyes and Dyeing

Natural mordants and measurments-  stag horn sumac (tannin), rhubarb, and juniper leaf ashes (alkaline)

Natural mordants and measurments- stag horn sumac (tannin), rhubarb, and juniper leaf ashes (alkaline)

Rhubarb leaves as a mordant when using plant dyes - loads of  info on dying naturally

Rhubarb leaves as a mordant when using plant dyes - loads of info on dying naturally

Virginia creeper, Parthenocissus quinquefolia, is a woody vine native to eastern and central North America. It is a climber and can quickly cover a tree or fence. The leaves are composed of five leaflets with a sawtooth edge joined from a central point on the leafstalk. | The leaves turn a deep red to burgundy in the fall. When combined with an alumn mordant, the leaves, twigs or fruit will produce a peach dye.

Make Your Own Organic Natural Peach or Salmon Fabric Dyes

Virginia creeper, Parthenocissus quinquefolia, is a woody vine native to eastern and central North America. It is a climber and can quickly cover a tree or fence. The leaves are composed of five leaflets with a sawtooth edge joined from a central point on the leafstalk. | The leaves turn a deep red to burgundy in the fall. When combined with an alumn mordant, the leaves, twigs or fruit will produce a peach dye.

Make Your Own Organic Natural Red Fabric Dyes: Bamboo

Make Your Own Organic Natural Red Fabric Dyes

Weld- When over-dyed with woad, it produces Lincoln Green, which is supposed to have been used to dye the clothes worn by Robin Hood and his band in the 13th century.

Weld- When over-dyed with woad, it produces Lincoln Green, which is supposed to have been used to dye the clothes worn by Robin Hood and his band in the 13th century.

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