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  • Melissa Green

    Natural fabric dyes Olivia Taylor Natural Dyes DESIGN IDEAS on Indulgy.com

  • Jana

    Organic Natural Dyes~ What can a crafty girl do with leftover strawberries (goodbye, sweetness!), plum skins, and onion peels? Make organic fabric dye, of course! I’ve created this colorful natural fabric dye chart with the dye source on the left and the corresponding fabric color on the right (the yellow powder is turmeric and the purple flower is lavender):

  • Reuvinger Quilt en Hobby

    I've been dying a lot of stuff lately. Good to know I can dye clothes with food.

  • Connie Leonard-Volkman

    Dye Your Stuff (Natural fabric dyes)

  • Tyrema

    [ DIY: Natural Fabric Dyes Color Chart & How to Guide ] ~ from http://anjouclothing.com Vintage and DIY Fashion Lifestyle resource

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Berries, Natural Dyes by Philosopher Queen. This was my first job with CW between college years: we built a fire, boiled some berries or leaves and dyed some wool spun by CW's Spinning and Weaving Shop.

The fabric will be dyed at the yarn stage in order to ensure better quality and uniformity in color. We will use dyes so our color binds chemically with the fabric and we do not have issues with the fabric stiffening, crocking, fading, or properly binding (as we would with pigments). Although this might make our product slightly more expensive, it will be a better product for the end consumer.

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Natural fabric dyes - some common plants and veggies can result in some beautiful colors!

A quite lovely natural dye chart from Jessika Cates. via her site Collective Individual

vegetable dyes for fabric Could perhaps try this next time i want to dye something, i have used the packaged powder dyes but this is worth a try at least once, more so for baby items since its more natural. Not sure I could wast the Blueberries for dying - but good idea!

A silk Freyja Wrap Scarf dyed with madder, iron sulphate and turmeric in an itajime shibori print is 70 inches long and 20 inches wide