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Natural ingredients, such as leaves, stems, bark, and flowers, have been used for thousands of years to make dyes. These natural dyes were used to make some of the most exquisite and long-lasting dyed fabrics. Today, synthetic dyes are used to dye most fabrics and fibres, resulting in pollution. There are fewer stages in liquid synthetic dyes for home use than in natural dyes. Still, textile dyeing and processing are the world's second-largest polluters, behind only farming and big oil…
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Dye in every shade of the rainbow using natural ingredients and DIY Napkins - The House That Lars Built
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Natural Dyeing: How to Dye Yarn with Black Beans | The Knotted Nest | Dyed yarn diy, Natural dye fab
Aug 24, 2020 - Have you ever wanted to try natural dyeing? It's as easy as raiding your pantry! Check out this step-by-step tutorial for how to dye yarn using black beans to get a gorgeous smokey blue color!
Making fabrics of different colors has become easier now. Believe me, this natural dyeing technique is so addictive and you will never know what color you are going to get each time you try. Dyeing…
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How to make natural dyes from food. Learn how turn kitchen scraps into an all natural dye to color Fabrics, Paper, Frosting and Easter Eggs. Easy step by step natural dyeing tutorial
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Even once cold weather has set in, there are still so many wonderful dye plants to forage in fall - you just have to know what to look for! This post will share suggestions to help keep your dye pot going, right through Autumn. Summer is such a time of abundance. Everywhere you go, you're almost certain to be surrounded by plants that would make a good natural dye. I think Summertime plant dyeing is made even more joyful by the fact that you can do your foraging in short sleeves, and can…
We used beets, spinach, tumeric, and red cabbage to create a brilliant range of dye colors.
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Learn how to extract dye from acorns, and use it to achieve a beautiful range of natural color, including tans, browns, and blacks!
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I have a few tutorials I would like to share with you, the first is a simple natural dyeing project you can do at home with ingredients that are easy enough to get your hands on. If you've never experimented with natural dyeing before this is a good project to start with, to get you used to the very basic process of dying.
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