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Blues in several shades print the thirty-six foot square area of the canopy top. Red cabbage bundled in silk organza is the source of blue, used twice toi make two bundles, so that the second panel…

Blues in several shades print the thirty-six foot square area of the canopy top. Red cabbage bundled in silk organza is the source of blue, used twice toi make two bundles, so that the second panel…

ECO PRINTING! Try this. Now. You basically wrap leaves and flower petals in fabric, ball it up, and steam it. They dye the fabric. It's gorgeous.

ECO PRINTING! Try this. Now. You basically wrap leaves and flower petals in fabric, ball it up, and steam it. They dye the fabric. It's gorgeous.

Ellen Greco shared this lovely image on Instagram of her results from dyeing with red cabbage, blackberries,  blueberries...

Ellen Greco shared this lovely image on Instagram of her results from dyeing with red cabbage, blackberries, blueberries...

A bit of FYIThe dyes in Red Cabbage are sensitive to shifts in pH. By altering pH, I hoped to obtain colour variation. I used a meter to test pH. So to review last session, but this time throwing i…

Red Cabbage Kinder Chemistry 3

A bit of FYIThe dyes in Red Cabbage are sensitive to shifts in pH. By altering pH, I hoped to obtain colour variation. I used a meter to test pH. So to review last session, but this time throwing i…

Elizabeth Bunsen  bundle unwinding  inspired by India Flint

Elizabeth Bunsen bundle unwinding inspired by India Flint

notjustnat creative blog-- 2 types of eucalyptus leaves on silk, wrapped tightly around a copper pipe and steamed for 1 hour, then left wrapped for a week.

notjustnat creative blog-- 2 types of eucalyptus leaves on silk, wrapped tightly around a copper pipe and steamed for 1 hour, then left wrapped for a week.

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