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Dyeing with Sorrel Root – Midgaards Have

Dyeing with Sorrel Root – Midgaards Have

Dye plants | Living Field

Dye plants | Living Field

Not So Fugitive Natural Dyes: Top Seven Colorfast Natural Dyes

Not So Fugitive Natural Dyes: Top Seven Colorfast Natural Dyes - Wearing Woad

Non-fading Pokeberry Recipe - Pokeberry colors range from bright fushia to magenta to raspberry, and will last for several years by following this recipe. Over-dyeing fabric in indigo, once the pokeberry is set, will give purples. The berries are gorgeous, but fatally toxic. WEAR GLOVES!

Fabric dye - Non-fading Pokeberry Recipe - Pokeberry colors range from bright fushia to magenta to raspberry. Over-dyeing fabric in indigo, once the pokeberry is set, will give purples. The berries are gorgeous, but fatally toxic.

How-To | Botanical Colors

Looking to learn how to work with natural dyes? Here you will find links to instructions for working with different types of natural dyes.

Planting a Dye Garden to Make Your Own Natural Dyes

I found this very interesting article on this website, Foodie Underground, that tells you a little bit of history of dye plants and also teaches you how to plant five different dye plants for your …

LichenDyeing

LichenDyeing

Dyeing - The Lichen Dyes

Some of the most useful dyes and the least known are to be found among the Lichens. They seem to have been used among peasant dyers from remote ages but apparently none of the great French dyers used them nor are they me.

natural-dyes-plant-permacouture-garden

natural-dyes-plant-permacouture-garden

Amazing idea... with only 12$..water blob made with  Painter’s plastic....plastic sheeting (*4 mil* – any size (here is used 10×25-foot roll, and cut it down to about 10×20) • an iron; • a hose; • (optional) coloring. Lay the plastic sheet down to form a water mattress and seal with iron

water blob made with Painter’s plastic sheeting mil* – any size (here is used roll, and cut it down to about

dyes from eucalyptus

Eucalyptus dyes from the Australian National Botanical Gardens.

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