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Creating a gradient yarn from hand dyed fiber. Read more on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

Creating a gradient yarn from hand dyed fiber. Read more on the WEBS Blog at blog.yarn.com

071514 blackberries ~ PURPLE - blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, rotten maple wood

071514 blackberries ~ PURPLE - blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, rotten maple wood

If you've wondered what mordants do for natural dyes, here is a quick overview of the top Natural Dye Mordants.

If you've wondered what mordants do for natural dyes, here is a quick overview of the top Natural Dye Mordants.

YELLOW - onion skins, goldenrod stems and flowers, sunflower petals, dock roots, marigold petals, moss, peach leaves, birch leaves, sagebrush

YELLOW - onion skins, goldenrod stems and flowers, sunflower petals, dock roots, marigold petals, moss, peach leaves, birch leaves, sagebrush

Red cabbage and tea can be used as an all-natural dye.  The process produces a lavendar dye but the spent cabbage turns a beautiful aubergine.  Photo by this lyre lark: http://zgal.re/14guaSy

Red cabbage and tea can be used as an all-natural dye. The process produces a lavendar dye but the spent cabbage turns a beautiful aubergine. Photo by this lyre lark: http://zgal.re/14guaSy

GREEN - moss, algae, lily-of-the-valley leaves, juniper berries

GREEN - moss, algae, lily-of-the-valley leaves, juniper berries

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