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Primary Tints: A Beginning Fabric Dyeing Tutorial from Candied Fabrics

Earth Friendly Information about Fiber Reactive Dyes

Dyeing Fabric with Procion Dyes: Earth-friendly Tips

Earth-friendly tips for fabric dyeing with Procion MX dyes, from expert Candy Glendening.

Primary Tints: A Beginning Fabric Dyeing Tutorial from Candied Fabrics

Primary Tints: A Beginning Fabric Dyeing Tutorial

A blog with DIY tutorials, graphic design resources, and inspiration from graphic designer Jessica Jones.

Hobo Bag - Free Pattern Love this one. Want to sew the straps on instead tho. Use decorator fabric.

How to mordant cotton. Cotton Fabrics dyed using Natural Dye Extracts

How to mordant cotton By Donna Brown, Diane de Souza and Catharine Ellis. Cotton Fabrics dyed using Natural Dye Extracts

This began as a piece of white fabric folded and rubberbanded. A pile of ice was placed on top and then sprinkled with fabric dye. This is after the ice melted away. Check the link for the whole story.

Ice Fabric Dyeing

This began as a piece of white fabric folded and rubberbanded. A pile of ice was placed on top and then sprinkled with fabric dye. This is after the ice melted away.

Primary Tints: A Beginning Fabric Dyeing Tutorial from Candied Fabrics « Sew,Mama,Sew! Blog

Primary Tints: A Beginning Fabric Dyeing Tutorial

Take a gander at the hypnotically stunning fabric patterns that you can create with just sharpie markers, rubbing alcohol, and a paint brush, in this super easy tutorial from Creative in Chicago.

How-To: Fabric Designs With Sharpie Markers

The Best Free Crafts Articles: One Bucket Fabric Dyeing Free Tutorial By Terri Stegmiller of StegArt

The Best Free Crafts Articles: One Bucket Fabric Dyeing Free Tutorial By Terri Stegmiller of StegArt

Tutorial on Snow Dyeing - wish we HAD snow this winter, I'd try this!!!

"The cold temperture provided by the snow cause the dye molecules to slow down their ability to attach to the fabric giving the dye time to separate into their original colors if your using a mixed dye, not a pure dye.

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