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Kustannusosakeyhtiö  Moreeni - Sienivärjäys

Kustannusosakeyhtiö Moreeni - Sienivärjäys

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.

DIY Natural Dyes ( full instructions) | Maiwa dyeing

Comprehensive guide on mordants and their making as well as natural dyeing of protein and cellulose based fabrics MAIWA: Natural Dyes on Salt Spring - Day 2

My fiber friend, Pia, asked me to do a little experiment for her.  She…

At the Burrow DyeTable # Six: Poke for Pia

My fiber friend, Pia, asked me to do a little experiment for her. She asked me to do a cold dye process with the pokeberries. After all, far be it from me to ignore an opportunity …

SO BEAUTIFUL yarn dyed with coffee, rose petals, beets and tumeric // photo by vickie howell http://petitepurls.com/

I just caught this glimpse of the beautiful naturally dyed yarn by Vickie Howell. Pictured above are yarns dyed with coffee, roses, beets, and tumeric.

Katariina kudugurmee: Lõngadega lehvitamine.

Next stop dyeing yarn myself! These were done with mushrooms and veg!

How to Dye Wool Yarn with Coffee, Tea ( for Amigurumi doll skin) ~ Tutorial

How to Dye Wool Yarn With Coffee, Tea, and Turmeric

Black Beans as a Natural Dye on Wool | by Herb Knitter

Tutorial: Black Beans (+baking soda+alun) as a Natural Dye on Wool can turn out blue OR green.

hollyhock dyeing

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…

How To Dye Fabric Quick And Rough Shibori Style -review And Adapt - Use Eco-dye Techniques - Look Up Artist India Flint

How To Dye Fabric Quick And Rough Shibori Style - Use Eco-dye Techniques - Artist India Flint by angelita

natural dyes

natural dyes (left top down) madder root, weld chopped stems, cochineal, logwood chips, and (right) dyed wool

Dyes from plants. Excerpts from 'Harvesting Color' by Rebecca Burgess. (Artisan Books). Copyright (c) 2011. Photographs by Paige Green

Dyes from plants. Excerpts from 'Harvesting Color' by Rebecca Burgess. Photographs by Paige Green

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