Dyed our own yarns with natural ingredients - plants, herbs, berries - since I was a youngster . . . it's practically a lost art now! This is good info - How to make mordants for natural dyes.

How to Make Mordants for Natural Dyes

Dyed our own yarns with natural ingredients - plants, herbs, berries - since I was a youngster . . . it's practically a lost art now! This is good info - How to make mordants for natural dyes.

You need: A duvet cover and pillow case, Dylon colour dye and salt. 1 Wash the textiles you are going to dye and let them dry until damp. 2 Protect the areas you wish to remain in the base colour. Gather up one end of the duvet cover, tie a string or thin rag around it, so that it forms as tight a surface as possible. 4 Following the manufacturer's instructions, place the dye in the drum of the washing machine. Add the salt. Put the textiles into the machine and dye them. 5 Wash them once…

You need: A duvet cover and pillow case, Dylon colour dye and salt. 1 Wash the textiles you are going to dye and let them dry until damp. 2 Protect the areas you wish to remain in the base colour. Gather up one end of the duvet cover, tie a string or thin rag around it, so that it forms as tight a surface as possible. 4 Following the manufacturer's instructions, place the dye in the drum of the washing machine. Add the salt. Put the textiles into the machine and dye them. 5 Wash them once…

Ombré super fácil! (Olive Greens maybe tea leaves would work??)

DIY: Dip Dyed T-shirt

Ombré super fácil! (Olive Greens maybe tea leaves would work??)

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