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Nå har jeg gjort mine første plantefarginger med lupinblomster, og må si at jeg ble veldig fornøyd med resultatet. Garnet fikk en nydelig r...

Nå har jeg gjort mine første plantefarginger med lupinblomster, og må si at jeg ble veldig fornøyd med resultatet. Garnet fikk en nydelig r...

Wool - Tribulations of Hand Spinning and Herbal Dyeing: Dyes from Red Onion Skins on Wool, Cotton and Silk

If you save onion skins for dyeing, it is remarkable how quickly the stock builds up. Since experimenting with onion dyes in January , .

Creative collaboration: Woven Shibori + Mordants + Natural dye Extracts

Catharine Ellis's Woven shibori fabric, pre-dye Photo by Diane de Souza - Surface Design Association

Make Your Own Organic Natural Purple Fabric Dyes using Basil. Remember that different basil will produce different results. Thai basil tend to be more purple than other varieties, but test to get the look you desire.

Make Your Own Organic Natural Purple Fabric Dyes

How to Dye Fabric Purple Naturally - Boil basil. Links for all colors and natural dyes.

Non-fading Pokeberry Recipe - Pokeberry colors range from bright fushia to magenta to raspberry, and will last for several years by following this recipe. Over-dyeing fabric in indigo, once the pokeberry is set, will give purples. The berries are gorgeous, but fatally toxic. WEAR GLOVES!

Fabric dye - Non-fading Pokeberry Recipe - Pokeberry colors range from bright fushia to magenta to raspberry. Over-dyeing fabric in indigo, once the pokeberry is set, will give purples. The berries are gorgeous, but fatally toxic.

The seasonal color wheel: A guide to natural dyes made from seasonal foods – by Sasha Duerr, the founder and director of the Permacouture Institute, an educational non-profit organization that works with hands-on grassroots projects to support sustainability in fashion and textiles

The Seasonal Color Wheel: A Guide to Natural Dyes Made From Seasonal Foods

The seasonal color wheel: A guide to natural dyes made from seasonal foods – by Sasha Duerr, the founder and director of the Permacouture Institute

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.

The easy way to duller wool - How to penny dye - Rug Hooking with Cindi Gay

The easy way to duller wool - How to penny dye - Rug Hooking with Cindi Gay - can use for penny rug wool pieces too.

"For me, as a quilter and dyer, my interest in Acorns lies in the natural mordant abilities. I use Acorns to set dyes with cotton and linen fabrics. So as I gather Acorns, I collect the caps, the shells, and the nut with the shell since all parts of the Acorn contain tannin."

Acorns have natural mordant abilities. Use Acorns to set dyes with cotton and linen fabrics. So as I gather Acorns, the caps, shells and the nut contain tannin.

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

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