hapa-zome - extracting natural dyes using a hammer, flower, and fabric.
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
Something to try... Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye.
boiled avocado skins make a beautiful vintage dusty rose colored dye for fabrics, lace, paper...etc.
sew it make it
Eco-printing at Eugene Textile Center - some of the materials on this silk scarf are marigold petals, blackberries and blackberry leaves, cranesbill, twinberry
HOW TO MAKE AND USE NATURAL DYES
Upcycle for LESS!!! (free basically)
Art lesson inspiration
Hammer out the color from leaves, who knew!
Dyeing - Printing - Stenciling - Stamping
Pourable mason jar DIY
Printing leaves on fabric with kids