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3ºEncontro Itinerante de Fiação by Alice Bernardo, via Flickr

3ºEncontro Itinerante de Fiação by Alice Bernardo, via Flickr

I thought I’d post an idea for anyone who wants to try dyeing yarn at home using ingredients readily found in your kitchen. It’s more of a staining method rather than an actual dye but it works all...

Adventures in Food-based Yarn Dyeing

I thought I’d post an idea for anyone who wants to try dyeing yarn at home using ingredients readily found in your kitchen. It’s more of a staining method rather than an actual dye but it works all.

Africa | Basket from the Hehe people of Iranga, Tanganyika Territory | Plant fibre, dye | ca. 1934.

Basket from the Hehe people of Iranga, Tanganyika Territory, plant fibre, dye, circa 1934

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

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

<3<3<3<3<3<3<3sun tea dyeing this is my favorite way to dye ~

Growing Colour Tyfu Lliw: More On Solar Dyeing using natural dyes (plants, seeds, wood, copper, etc)

A useful (and beautiful) chart of natural fabric dyes.

Organic Fabric Dye Tips for dying fabric naturally & organically! This lady shows so many colors you can get from different things, and gives directions on how to make the fabrics look their best!

Use dandelions and alum to dye white yarn — the result is a lovely shade of yellow!

Natural Dyeing With Dandelions!

Use dandelions and alum to dye white yarn — the result is a lovely shade of yellow! {must try} (check site for more dye instructions)

Extracting natural blue pigment from the leaves of the Woad plant. The pigment has traditionally been used to dye wool but it can also be used in naturally colouring soap.

Extracting natural blue pigment from the leaves of the Woad plant. The pigment has traditionally been used to dye wool but it can also be used in naturally colouring soap. ** Latin name = Isatis Tinctoria ** French name = pastel des teinturiers **

Dyeing Wool Yarn in 30 Minutes or Less q Dyes: Jacquard Acid Dyes, Easter Egg Dye Tablets, Kool-Aid or Food Coloring, White household vinega...

Dyeing Wool Yarn in 30 Minutes or Less q Dyes: Jacquard Acid Dyes, Easter Egg Dye Tablets, Kool-Aid or Food Coloring, White household vinega.

Flower Pounding 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

Flower Pounding Eco Dyeing Natural Textiles, using natural fiber and cloth to release flower pigments into cloth. Step by Step Tutorial

Red cabbage dye with baking soda added (alkaline pH.)

Red cabbage dye with baking soda added (alkaline pH.) - Seems as though it may not be all that light-fast and colors will fade quickly.

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