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Black, Red and White Paisley Design Printed Silk  Prints Silk is a natural protein fiber, some forms of which can be woven into textiles. #hautecouture #silk #printed #fabric #fabricstore #coralgables #shopping #onlineshopping #fabrics #women #womensfashion #fashion #fashionfabrics

Black, Red and White Paisley Design Printed Silk Prints Silk is a natural protein fiber, some forms of which can be woven into textiles. #hautecouture #silk #printed #fabric #fabricstore #coralgables #shopping #onlineshopping #fabrics #women #womensfashion #fashion #fashionfabrics

Beautiful dyes can be created from your compost scraps. Learn how to dye with avocado pits!  Photo by @louisanickel

Dyeing with Avocado Pits

Natural Shades of Pink :: Dyeing cellulose fabric with Avocado Skins with Rebecca Desnos

swatches dyed with onion skins http://textileartscenter.com/blog/dyeing-with-food-scraps/

Folk Fibers post on yellow onion skin as natural fabric dye

Tutorial/Guide: Natural fabric dyes and how to boil them into your animal-protein based fabrics (and yarn!).

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!

Learn how to make natural dyes with fresh flowers using these easy instructions.data-pin-do=

How to Make Natural Dyes - DIY

Harvesting color : how to find plants and make natural dyes / Rebecca Burgess ; photographs by Paige Green.

The Maiwa Guide to Natural Dyes  What they are and how to use them    In our previous post we explained why mordanting was necessary and l...

MAIWA: Natural Dyes - Mordants Part 2 Tannin – Tannic acid is used to mordant…

Indian Culture Vintage 100%  Pure Silk Saree Red Color Beautiful Abstract Design Printed Sari Craft Fabric

Indian Culture Vintage 100% Pure Silk Saree Red Color Beautiful Abstract Design Printed Sari Craft Fabric

Indian Culture Vintage 100% Pure Silk Saree Red Color Beautiful Abstract Design Printed Sari Craft Fabric

Iron (Ferrous Sulfate) is used to darken natural dyes on protein or cellulose fibers and also increases lightfastness for dyes that are prone to fading.

Iron (Ferrous Sulfate) is used to darken natural dyes on protein or cellulose fibers and also increases lightfastness for dyes that are prone to fading.

DIYs from The Modern Natural Dyer + Giveaway! | Design*Sponge

The Modern Natural Dyer by the modern natural dyer Kristine Vejar, simultaneously manages to both demystify the ‘magic’ as well invigorate and inspire any dyer to know, try and expertly execute more.

INKODYE® Solar-powered printing inks. The new and easy way to print durable designs on any natural fabric.

Lumi › Inkodye A printing-ink activated by light. Use instead of cyanotype…

Indian Culture Vintage Saree 100% Pure Silk Floral & Paisley Golden Zari Border Printed Pink Sari Fabric Craft

Indian Culture Vintage Saree 100% Pure Silk Floral & Paisley Golden Zari Border Printed Pink Sari Fabric Craft

Mordanting is an important step prior to dyeing yarn using natural dyes, as it makes the colors lighfast and washfast.  It is used primarily with prot...

How to Mordant Protein Fibers With Alum

Mordanting is an important step prior to dyeing yarn using natural dyes, as it makes the colors lighfast and washfast. It is used primarily with protein fibers.

After the beans have soaked for 48 hours I carefully ladled the water off, careful not to stir up the pot too much. The proteins and d...

Judy Wise: February 2013 dyeing with black beans part 2

about mordanting  //  Cassandra Tondro Green Art Blog // mordanting in alternating dips of soy milk and baking soda. The soy milk is because the plant dyes bond with protein molecules, and the baking soda is because they adhere better in an alkaline environment.   doing several dips each of soy milk and baking soda, so it takes quite a long time just to prepare the fabric before dyeing.

Mordanting fabric with plain soy milk [one part to five parts water] and cup baking soda to one liter of water. Dip and dry several times in each mordant. Time consuming but not using chemicals.

Creating a Red Cabbage Dye with the help of mordants, for protein fibers like wool and silk.

Red (Purple) Cabbage Dye — All Natural Dyeing

Indian Culture Vintage 100% Pure Silk Saree Black & White Color Beautiful Abstract Design Printed Sari Craft Fabric

Indian Culture Vintage 100% Pure Silk Saree Black & White Color Beautiful Abstract Design Printed Sari Craft Fabric

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