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The Modern Natural Dyer: According to Vejar there are thousands of natural materials able to produce glorious colours – over 500 species of plants produce blue indigo – this book offers a wonderful introduction to them.

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from The House That Lars Built

DIY dip dyed sweaters

I’ve been wanting to do some dip dyeing for some time now... Read more »

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from Gardening Know How's Blog

30 Amazing Plants From Your Garden To Use As Dye

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dyeing with black beans... You just use the water you soak the beans in, so you still can cook with the beans. Results range from blues to greens.

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Learn how to make natural dyes with fresh flowers using these easy instructions.data-pin-do=

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from raisinglittlesuperheroes.com

How To Make A Tie Dye Coffee Filter Monster For Halloween -

This Tie Dye Coffee Filter Monster is a fun process art activity and Halloween craft for kids to make.

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from blog.averyelle.com

Reindeer and Elves

Karolyn Loncon for Avery Elle PRODUCTS USED: North Pole Pals Clear Stamps North Pole Pals Elle-Ments Postage Stamp Elle-Ments Double Pierced Rectangle Elle-Ments Midnight Hemp Twine New Moon Dye Ink

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from HubPages

Natural dyes: their history and how to make them

Navajo rugs are made with natural dyed yarns. This dye chart shows 12 of the plants that are used for dye and which colors can be made from the plants. This chart shows (starting in upper left corner and then moving clockwise): Red Onion Skin, Sunflower, Alder Bark, Sagebrush, Indian Paint Brush, Rubber Plant, Juniper Mistletoe, Rose Hips, Small Snake Weed, Juniper Bark, Brown Onion Skin, and Gamble Oak Bark.

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Natural Dyes: Black Beans (site has a lot of good ones - blackberry, onion peel, etc.)

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from HubPages

Natural dyes: their history and how to make them

Natural dye recipes …

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