30 plants that you can grow in your garden to use as natural dye! By Nikki Tiley (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden)
Use salt to create subtle, textured designs in tie-dye with this salt resist tie-dye technique. Find instructions with photos and a sample tie-dye result.
Love this flower dyeing technique. Natural Dyeing with Flowers in the studio with NYC textile designer Cara Marie Piazza. Photographed by Sophia Moreno-Bunge. via Gardenista
Floral Imprinting--Photographer Andrea Gentl, and natural dyer and textile designer Cara Marie Piazza
Did you know that you can dye fabric by pounding flowers? This unique craft project makes a perfect Handmade gift idea
Look what I found at UncommonGoods: Indigo Textile Dye Kit for JPY
Eco-printing at Eugene Textile Center - some of the materials on this silk scarf are marigold petals, blackberries and blackberry leaves, cranesbill, twinberry - tinta con fiori, foglie e frutti