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Tradição Ecológico

Tradição Ecológico

Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes that are safe for the skin.

Make Natural Dyes With Leftover Fruits and Vegetables

Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes. Mordants/fixatives used: For fruit dyes, simmer the fabric in cup salt and 4 cups water. For vegetable dyes, simmer in one cup vinegar and four cups water.

This is the second part of my roundup of all the different natural dyes I have been experimenting on during the past year. The first part was about collecting yourself from the nature, but not ever...

Natural Dyeing: Colours from the Supermarket

This is the second part of my roundup of all the different natural dyes I have been experimenting on during the past year. The first part was about collecting yourself from the nature, but not ever...

A little dash of salt can give your project a whole new look. Create shapes, words, and more by following this Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique.

Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique

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.

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

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!

how to dye fabric the natural way

How To Dye Fabric The Natural Way

Make a beautiful Shibori pattern with Hibiscus flowers!...Great,very old method.Full tutorial for the project;and it's free!..It would be fun to jazz up some t-shirts,or pillow cases,or sheets,or....

Natural Dye & Shibori

Natural Dye (hibiscus) & Shibori dyeing methods / Poster shows the method for dyeing and the result so you have an idea what it will look like if you do it.

My natural dye chart. Inspiration for my accessory designs.

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

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