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Emma Bowen from Milkweed, Australia talks to Belinda Sheekey about the wide range of plants you can grow for dyeing. From turmeric and red cabbage to onion skins and pomegranates.

Grow & Make Your Own Dye Plants Emma Bowen - Milkwood Emma Bowen from Milkweed, Australia talks to Belinda Sheekey about the wide range of plants you can grow for dyeing. From turmeric and red cabbage to onion skins and pomegranates.

Medium length brown noren with bamboo done in by SumireDesign

Medium length brown noren with bamboo done in shibori (traditional Japanese tie dye)

Flower Pounding TUTORIAL , Eco Dyeing Natural Textiles at milliande.com, Using Natrual Fibre and CLoth to release Flower Pigments into Cloth , Step by Step Tutorial with Iron Tannin Dye Bath

Flower Pounding Eco Dyeing Natural Textiles, using natural fiber and cloth to release flower pigments into cloth. Step by Step Tutorial

delicate folds for a Boho style skirt. Either longer pieces of fabric or layers of ruffles. Think gauze-like fabric wouldn't be too full. Turquoise fabric with brown on the edge of the folds. Ooooohhh. Can't wait to make this.

Shibori Dyed Clothes delicate folds for a Boho style skirt. Either longer pieces of fabric or layers of ruffles. Think gauze-like fabric wouldn't be too full. Turquoise fabric with brown on the edge of the folds.

Natural Dyeing with Cara Marie Piazza | Gardenista

Cara Marie Piazza: A silk Devi Wrap Scarf in an itajime shibori pattern, dyed with logwood, iron sulphate, madder, & turmeric

This silk scarf was dyed using rusty screws and a shibori binding technique. Click to check out the tutorial.

silk scarf was dyed using rusty screws and a shibori binding technique