Hand dye shibori…

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Tie Dye Folding Techniques using Tulip One-Step Tie-Dye with @bystephanielynn

Tie Dye Folding Techniques

mother earth: dyeing with herbs

Garden Ideas: Grow Herbs for Natural Dyes

Avocado pits and skins chopped up and put into the freezer.  when ready, put into large glass jar, with 1 part ammonia and 2 parts water. let ferment for a week. shake jar from time to time and dye!  amazing color!!!

Dye Lot: Avocado Pits and Skins I grew an avocado tree from a pit, it is now 15 feet tall and so many avocados.I have been saving the pits skins for exactly this purpose!

photo credit: Kevin Connors | Morguefile.com

[ DIY: Making Natural Dyes from Plants ] A Listing of Plant Material Available for Dyes ~ from Pioneerthinking

Lupine dyeing - Lupinus nootkatensis | NaKIN soap blog

The Alaskan Lupine (Lupinus nootkatensis) is one of those invasive species that are impossible to eradicate.

Dyeing with lupins

Farben vom Wegesrand

My natural dye wardrobe. Left to right: Onion skins on cotton; Queen Anne's lace on silk; sumac leaves with iron modifier on linen; avocado skins and pits on linen; indigo on cotton; coffee grounds on silk. Plant-based dyes are sustainable fashion magic. Photo and dyes by Katrina Rodabaugh.

My natural dye wardrobe. Left to right: Onion skins on cotton; Queen Anne's lace on silk; sumac leaves with iron modifier on linen; avocado skins and pits on linen; indigo on cotton; coffee grounds on silk. Plant-based dyes are sustainable fashion magic.

dyed with red cabbage: alkaline, neutral and acid conditions

A influencia do PH no tingimento! Dye Plant -- Colors of Red Cabbage -dyed with red cabbage: alkaline, neutral and acid conditions

dyeing with purple carrots

I recently dyed with purple carrots for the third time and got such different results from the first and second times that it got me reflecting on the variables that might have led to those differe…

"Itajime shibori" is a folding and clamping technique which creates dyed shapes on fabric. By Laura Hunter

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