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Riihivilla, Dyeing with natural dyes: About organic indigo vats Orgaanisista indigokyypeistä

Riihivilla, Dyeing with natural dyes: About organic indigo vats Orgaanisista indigokyypeistä

Natural Dyeing Part II

Lauren and I had a lot of fun practicing what we had previously learned from the natural dye workshop last weekend.

Each week, we are emailed with questions from our natural dye community asking simple and complex questions that we thought might be worth sharing. Here are a handful from this week answered by nat…

Each week, we are emailed with questions from our natural dye community asking simple and complex questions that we thought might be worth sharing. Here are a handful from this week answered by nat…

Releasing fibre into woad vat

Natural fermentation woad vat using madder or urine.

How to grow and harvest madder; whole site is a treasure trove for dyeing with natural dyes

Madder (Rubia tinctoria), its history, cultivation, harvest and dyeing with madder

Preparing Indigo leaves for dyeing

Growing and Dyeing with Japanese Indigo

Preparing Indigo leaves for dyeing

Wool - Tribulations of Hand Spinning and Herbal Dyeing: Making Woad Dye from the Plant to the Wool.

Wool - Tribulations of Hand Spinning and Herbal Dying: Making Woad Dye from the Plant to the Wool.

There is a definite correlation between medicinal herbs, and their natural dye gifts. The flavonoids of many weedy plants offer an abundance active healing compounds as well as a plethora of colouring material. However, most of these flavones are generally pH sensitive and often lack colourfastness. Anyone who has tried to dye yarn with beet …

Make a rainbow with these 5 weeds (Natural Dyes

There is a definite correlation between medicinal herbs, and their natural dye gifts. The flavonoids of many weedy plants offer an abundance active healing compounds as well as a plethora of colouring material. However, most of these flavones are generall

Make an Easy, Organic Indigo Vat / botanical colors

Indigo recipe based on Michel Garcia’s vat ingredients needed TO MAKE THE STOCK SOLUTION 1 part indigo 2 parts pickling lime (calcium hydroxide) 3 parts fruit sugar (fructose) For example you can us…

Anna is the owner and creative mind behind Gregoria Fibers - a company  based in Spain on a mission to create beautiful sustainable local naturally  dyed yarns. She works with local yarn bases, plants she forages and  extracts to create the most gorgeous hand-dyed yarns I've ever seen! Click  through to read on about what inspires Anna in her day to day life and how  she uses Instagram to stay connected to the world.

Anna Castillo, owner & natural dyeing genius behind Gregoria Fibers

* Lovely Greens *: Extracting Woad...a Natural Blue Pigment

Extracting Woad: a natural blue pigment for dyeing and soap making

Lovely Greens : Extracting Woad--a natural blue pigment used by the ancient Celts.

Making and Doing (and Snowing!)

Making and Doing (and Snowing!

Joe dyeing yarn for Weaving Southwest, Arroyo Seco, NM. Acid wool dyes.

dyeing yarn for Weaving Southwest, Arroyo Seco NM.

<p>Learn how to create your own dyes for clothes and more - with ingredients straight from Mother Nature herself!</p>

Natural Dye DIY With Wildcraft

Try this recipe for a DIY natural dye project, or check out the upcoming Southern California natural dye plants workshop at The Lodge in Santa Barbara!

Dyeing with Queen Anne's Lace Flowers on Brambleberries in the Rain at http://brambleberriesintherain.com/page/6/

071614 queen anne's lace ~ Cynthia at Brambleberry Yarns shares her recipe for dyeing wool with Queen Anne’s Lace.

azul lavanda: tinción con hojas de ruibarbo

azul lavanda: tinción con hojas de ruibarbo

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