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Bending Birches: Autumn Plant Dyeing

The change of seasons brings many changes to a home. Colors become more rich and deep; gone are the wispy blues of Summer.

If you like gardening or spending time in nature, you might enjoy making and using dyes from plants. Dyes from flowers, fruits, and leaves of garden plants and wildflowers create unique, mellow col...

How to Make and Use Natural Dyes

Naturally dyed silk with fennel, turkey tail mushroom, pokeweed berry, + goldenrod, inks+thread

Naturally dyed silk with fennel, turkey tail mushroom, pokeweed berry, + goldenrod, inks+thread

Natural Dye Recipes

Sweet Paul Magazine - Summer 2011 - Page natural dyes using spices, fruit and vegetables

Mushroom dyed roving samples at the local mushroom society's mushroom dye meet.

Mushroom dyed roving samples at the local mushroom society's mushroom dye meet. - I would love to learn more about mushroom dying.

craft work {folk revival} | random weaving

Natural Dyes - Wild Mushrooms – Folk Fibers Wild mushrooms not just for eating but all those inedible ones can be used for dying.

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