Many people say that they never use natural dyes since they are fugitive and don’t last. Well, it depends entirely on what natural dyes you are using. Some natural dye plants advocated by people for beginning natural dyers are highly fugitive. Some fade rapidly without any sunlight, well others fade slowly over time. If you …

Fugitive Natural Dyes: top five plants never to use for natural dyes: onions, St John's Wart, red cabbage, beets, berries/fruits

Using the beautiful new green leaves from the river bank and binding them inside silk Habotai, I crushed the bundle to release the wonderful vivid green stain. I am really pleased with the resulting fabric, which seems to capture the verdant shimmer of the woodland floor.

new green leaves from the river bank, binded inside silk Habotai crushed the bundle to release the wonderful vivid green stain.

How To Dye Fabric Quick And Rough Shibori Style -review And Adapt - Use Eco-dye Techniques - Look Up Artist India Flint

How To Dye Fabric Quick And Rough Shibori Style - Use Eco-dye Techniques - Artist India Flint by angelita

Black Bean dye using soy milk as mordant

idea: dying fabric with the soaking liquid from black beans I have accidentally done this before!

Flower Pounding Eco Dyeing Natural Textiles at milliande.com, Using Natrual Fibre and CLoth to release Flower Pigments into Cloth , Step by Step Tutorial with Iron Tannin Dye Bath

Eco- Dyeing - Flower Pounding with Natural Fibres - UnRuly Cloth & Canvas ::: When it is a quiet day and the blooms in the gar.


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