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Steaming fabric/paper (paper, vinegar, water, fresh flowers/ plants) - River Garden Studio

Steaming fabric/paper (paper, vinegar, water, fresh flowers/ plants) - River Garden Studio

SMALL WINDOW: Texture inspiration. Good way to incorporate color for background could do with fabric?

SMALL WINDOW: Texture inspiration. Good way to incorporate color for background could do with fabric?

Hammered Plant Fabric Print

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Hammered Plant Fabric Print

How To Dye Clothes With A Shibori Technique

How To Dye Clothes With A Shibori Technique

DyePowders and the process explained

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DyePowders and the process explained

How to dye fabric with rust by Laurie Brooks. This is an interesting technique. Remember that it will weaken your fabric.

From Old Metal to New Textile with Rust Fabric Dyeing

How to dye fabric with rust by Laurie Brooks. This is an interesting technique. Remember that it will weaken your fabric.

Bundle dyes being steamed!

Bundle dyes being steamed!

Last week we were lucky enough to experience a talk from India Flint, renowned Eco-Colour artist, held at The Glasgow School of Art. It was wonderful to hear about India’s ...

Last week we were lucky enough to experience a talk from India Flint, renowned Eco-Colour artist, held at The Glasgow School of Art. It was wonderful to hear about India’s ...

about mordanting  //  Cassandra Tondro Green Art Blog // mordanting in alternating dips of soy milk and baking soda. The soy milk is because the plant dyes bond with protein molecules, and the baking soda is because they adhere better in an alkaline environment.   doing several dips each of soy milk and baking soda, so it takes quite a long time just to prepare the fabric before dyeing.

about mordanting // Cassandra Tondro Green Art Blog // mordanting in alternating dips of soy milk and baking soda. The soy milk is because the plant dyes bond with protein molecules, and the baking soda is because they adhere better in an alkaline environment. doing several dips each of soy milk and baking soda, so it takes quite a long time just to prepare the fabric before dyeing.

dye fabric with nothing but some flowers from your garden and some water. via miles of light.

dye fabric with nothing but some flowers from your garden and some water. via miles of light.

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