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I love this idea to use plants as an all natural dye!

30 Amazing Plants From Your Garden To Use As Dye

IndigoVat / Yoshiko also gave an interesting tip during the workshop for oxidising and dyeing the fabric evenly. She suggests stomping or pressing the dyed fabric under layers of newspaper! This is to remove the excess indigo dye caught in the fibres and ensure that all loose indigo particles are removed before the next dip.

Making a natural indigo vat

IndigoVat / Yoshiko also gave an interesting tip during the workshop for oxidising and dyeing the fabric evenly. She suggests stomping or pressing the dyed fabric under layers of newspaper! This is to remove the excess indigo dye caught in the fibres and ensure that all loose indigo particles are removed before the next dip.

Heavens to Betsy  ~DYEING WOOL WITH KOOL-AID~  Are the children home for Febuary break and  All Cooped Up With Nothing To Do? When you go to...

Heavens to Betsy ~DYEING WOOL WITH KOOL-AID~ Are the children home for Febuary break and All Cooped Up With Nothing To Do? When you go to...

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