Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Make natural dyes for your Easter eggs from your garden fodder and edibles: The Pecks

Make beautiful stenciled Easter eggs using plants from your garden and natural dyes made from cabbage, beets, onion skins, ground coffee and turmeric.

Flower Pounding TUTORIAL , 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

Flower Pounding TUTORIAL , 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

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.

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.

No. 3 The Medieval Dye Pot - tips on naturally dying wool

No. 3 The Medieval Dye Pot - tips on naturally dying wool

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