Natural Dye Chart
Since if is finally spring and time to start foregoing for natural dye stuffs, I decided that I should have an online version of my natural dye samples. So here it is! I am sure this chart will change as I am preparing to do more tea dying and finding more local Missouri plants to dye with. Most of the fabrics and yarns below were dyed using pre reduced dye powders and dye instructions from www.tablerockllamas.com. Thanks to my wonderful natural dye teacher Alison Greene for teaching me…
Eco Dyeing With Flowers: Part 1
I have always loved experimenting with natural dyes. The colors found in nature, in flowers, plants, and vegetables are so much more vibrant and beautiful than artificial colors, and it’s extremely rewarding when you are able to capture that color on a piece of fabric and wear it. It’s also just really fun to do, […]
Fabric Dye and Fabric Paint – Kits and Types
Using fabric dye or even tie dying a t-shirt can be a scary idea. Learn the proper way to use fabric dye, tie dye kits, fabric paint and more.
Jacquard Acid Dyes
Jacquard Acid Dyes bring rich, beautiful color to our Bare yarns. Best of all, you get to choose the color you want! You can create custom-colored yarn to personalize your knitting to the fullest extent. Somewhere over the Rainbow This …