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In the first part of a 5 part series, learn the science of yarn dyeing and get inspired to dye your own - read more on LoveKnitting! Fabric Yarn, How To Dye Fabric, Wool Yarn, Crochet Yarn, Knitting Yarn, Knitting Patterns, Spinning Wool, Yarn Inspiration, Hand Dyed Yarn

Everything you need to know about how to dye yarn | LoveCrafts

Any colour-obsessed yarn fanatics out there looking to expand their skill set? We have the solution: dyeing your own yarn! Add colour to your life and your stash with our guide for how to dye yarn.

The class I took from Al-Jania at Gulf Wars 2014 included pokeberry. I got to bring home a half gallon jar of dye bath from the class. :) [ Pokeberry Dye Inspiration: from Harvesting Color by Rebecca Burgess ] Shibori, Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Dyeing, Textile Dyeing, Dyeing Fabric, Dyeing Yarn, Art Du Fil

A New Obsession: Natural Dyes

Yes, I am now behind again on my 52 portraits plight. I don't care. I had to spend the entire weekend dyeing wool with plants. I HAD to! Previously, I had only dyed with black walnut which requires no mordant or special treatment. I started with marigolds. I did a little research online about how…

Dyed our own yarns with natural ingredients - plants, herbs, berries - since I was a youngster . its practically a lost art now! This is good info - How to make mordants for natural dyes. - Diy Crafts for The Home Shibori, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Dyeing, Diy Nature, Spinning Yarn, How To Dye Fabric, Hand Dyed Yarn, Lana, Weaving

How to Make Mordants for Natural Dyes - DIY - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

Use these recipes to make mordants for natural dyes.

Linen fabric is made of linen threads. Linen threads are spun of flax fibers.Linen is a natural product and rates as the most sturdy and most environment-friendly of all fibers. However, not all linens are created equally. In this ar. Sewing Basics, Sewing For Beginners, Sewing Hacks, Sewing Tutorials, Sewing Projects, Sewing Patterns, Skirt Patterns, Dress Tutorials, Loom Patterns

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Japanese indigo (Polygonum tinctorium) has been used for centuries to create a rich blue dye. The plant is easy to grow as an annual, and the leaves may be harvested 2 or 3 times during the growing season for a fresh dye vat. Fabric Yarn, How To Dye Fabric, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Dyeing, Textiles, Indigo Dye, Herbalism, Weed, Gardens

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Spinning Yarn: Yarn has been spun on spindles for thousands of years. With a little fiber and a spindle, you too can participate in this oldest of alchemies. This instructable will show you how to spin a single from wool roving, using a top-whorl spindle. Spinning Wool, Hand Spinning, Spinning Wheels, Weaving Yarn, Weaving Textiles, Tapestry Weaving, Spin Me Right Round, Drop Spindle, Weaving

Spinning Yarn

Spinning Yarn: Yarn has been spun on spindles for thousands of years. With a little fiber and a spindle, you too can participate in this oldest of alchemies. This instructable will show you how to spin a single from wool roving, using a top-whorl spindle.

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My Trip to Machu Picchu, Peru

Machu Picchu and Wayna Picchu travel experience and all about Peruvian Alpaca, textile and dyes.

On my way to the hardware store the other day, I got a bit distracted by this pile of acorns that had fallen Fabric Yarn, How To Dye Fabric, Fabric Crafts, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Dyeing, Shibori, Textile Dyeing, Dyeing Yarn, Dyeing Fabric

How To Dye Wool with Acorns

On my way to the hardware store the other day, I got a bit distracted by this pile of acorns that had fallen. I decided to skip out on the hardware store and grabbed about 50 acorns and headed home in anticipation of starting a dye pot! The results were so rewarding!In order to start natural dyeing, there are a few key concepts to be aware of. The first thing to be aware of is safety.

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my interest in Acorns lies in the natural mordant abilities. I use Acorns to set dyes with cotton and linen fabrics. So as I gather Acorns, I collect the caps, the shells, and the nut with the shell since all parts of the Acorn contain tannin. Fabric Yarn, How To Dye Fabric, Natural Dye Fabric, Natural Dyeing, Textile Dyeing, Dyeing Fabric, Fibre And Fabric, Spinning Yarn, Be Natural

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"Acorns are high in tannin, a chemical that is used in leatherwork and for dyeing cloth and other fibrous items. For centuries, Native Americans and Asians have used Acorns as a wild food, cooking the nut meat to remove the tannin before ingesting the Acorns. For me, as a quilter and dyer, my interest in Acorns lies in the natural mordant abilities. I use Acorns to set dyes with cotton and linen fabrics. So as I gather Acorns, I collect the caps, the shells, and the nut with the shell…

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These last couple of weeks I had some people asking me to explain how I make fermented dyes. the results of fermented dyes from a couple of years ago The thing is… I’ve changed and adapted the way I used to dye. These last months I’m in the process of developing my own technique which is similar…