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muistiinpanoja: Tein värjäyksiä teellä. Aineksina vajaa paketilli...

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Vasta pesty puhdas lammas eli villan peseminen ennen kehruuta

Joe Hogan Basket Maker – Traditional Irish Willow Baskets

Joe Hogan Basket Maker – Traditional Irish Willow Baskets - One of my all time favourite makers.

Why Choose Natural Dyes? Bleu de Cocagne Fact 2/4:  _    Last saturday we asked what do the clothes we wear have to do with pollution and why should we choose natural dyes over chemical ones. Here goes our 2nd reason:    2.   Plants Produce No Waste    Using plants that grow abundantly in our own ecosystem bypasses the entire production process it takes to make synthetic dyes. This helps to save water and omit unnecessary pollutants. In addition to avoiding large-scale production, if we…

Why Choose Natural Dyes? Bleu de Cocagne Fact 2/4: _ Last saturday we asked what do the clothes we wear have to do with pollution and why should we choose natural dyes over chemical ones. Here goes our 2nd reason: 2. Plants Produce No Waste Using plants that grow abundantly in our own ecosystem bypasses the entire production process it takes to make synthetic dyes. This helps to save water and omit unnecessary pollutants. In addition to avoiding large-scale production, if we…

Woad balls. Woad is an old color. A conversation with history. A natural dye. #BLUE An ugly plant. Locked in green leaves, compounds that break into pigments of blue. Blues that can be as bold as a Blue Jay feather or as tender as an azure sky at dawn, as dark as ink or as milky as glacial ice.

Before Indigo was used, "woad" (Isatis tinctoria) was used. "Woad is an old color. A conversation with history. A natural dye. An ugly plant. Locked in green leaves, compounds that break into pigments of blue.

Si vous êtes fan de travail de qualité, fait à la main, alors cette vidéo réalisée par Kuroyanagi Takashi va vous faire plaisir. Elle montre le procédé de fabrication du papier japonais que l’on appel Washi. Ce procédé de fabrication est vieux de 800 ans et est resté le même encore aujou…

[Vidéo] – La fabrication artisanale du papier japonais Washi

Si vous êtes fan de travail de qualité, fait à la main, alors cette vidéo réalisée par Kuroyanagi Takashi va vous faire plaisir. Elle montre le procédé de fabrication du papier japonais que l’on appel Washi. Ce procédé de fabrication est vieux de 800 ans et est resté le même encore aujou…

An Introduction to Handspun Wool and Natural Dyes. Learn how to spin wool and color it with natural dyes using native plant dyes and a Navaho spindle.

An Introduction to Handspun Wool and Natural Dyes - DIY

Our Natural Dyes>>"Antique Rugs of the Future" Project Love the muted color from natural dyes

natural plant dying with fennel #yellow. I successfully grew bronze fennel last year. Looking forward to growing even more this coming year - once the snow stops!

fennel tie dye

natural plant dying with fennel I successfully grew bronze fennel last year. Looking forward to growing even more this coming year - once the snow stops!

Baby sleeping in a billum, Papua New Guinea  | Vanishing Cultures Photography: November 2009

The 'Bilum' - the traditional string woven bag of Papua New Guinea, used to carry garden food, sleeping babies and all manner of women's possessions.

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