Fleece Love and Happiness: Natural Dyes and Linen

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

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

Page about natural dyeing, interesting! Maybe research about natural dyes and make a report about it for school?

How To: Make Your Own Natural Dyes (http://modernfarmer.com/2013/10/natural-dyes/) from Modern Farmer.

How To: Make Your Own Natural Dyes

How To: Make Your Own Natural Dyes - Modern Farmer // 4 wool, 1 tsp alum, 1 tsp cream of tartar, 4 oz red or yellow onion skins

Kristine Vejar, author of the recently released The Modern Natural Dyer, introduces us to plant-based (and in one case, bug-based!) natural dyes.

The Art of Natural Dyeing + 6 Colors to Start With

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.

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.

By Nikki Phipps (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden) In today’s world, we grow edible plants so we can eat healthier, but very few people think of growing plants to dye with. There has been some evidence that the commercial productsRead this artice

30 Amazing Plants From Your Garden To Use As Dye

30 plants that you can grow in your garden to use as natural dye! By Nikki Tiley (Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden)

For the Makers: How to Use Natural Dyes on Fabric

Future professional life - Apparel Design: To dye fabrics, use natural fruits and vegetables.