Aleksandra Kwiek
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Color Wheel Dyed on Wool with Acid Dye One of the biggest problems with textiles is obviously the pollution that comes from the growing, weaving, and dying process associated with creating fabrics.…

Color Wheel Dyed on Wool with Acid Dye One of the biggest problems with textiles is obviously the pollution that comes from the growing, weaving, and dying process associated with creating fabrics.…

Leaves

Leaves

Red cabbage dye with baking soda added (alkaline pH.)

Red cabbage dye with baking soda added (alkaline pH.)

Natural dyeing: Blackberry

Natural dyeing: Blackberry

I thought I’d post an idea for anyone who wants to try dyeing yarn at home using ingredients readily found in your kitchen. It’s more of a staining method rather than an actual dye but it works all...

I thought I’d post an idea for anyone who wants to try dyeing yarn at home using ingredients readily found in your kitchen. It’s more of a staining method rather than an actual dye but it works all...

naturally dyed yarn. Herbs for dyeing: Chamomile, yarrow and garland chrysanthemum can produce a variety of yellow tones, with St. John’s wort ranging from yellow through deep red. Sunflowers lend pale to bright greens and hibiscus can produce anything from pink to black. Purple basil can produce lilac, green, yellow, brown or black depending on the method used, while marjoram and bronze fennel produce a range from yellow through tan and olive green

naturally dyed yarn. Herbs for dyeing: Chamomile, yarrow and garland chrysanthemum can produce a variety of yellow tones, with St. John’s wort ranging from yellow through deep red. Sunflowers lend pale to bright greens and hibiscus can produce anything from pink to black. Purple basil can produce lilac, green, yellow, brown or black depending on the method used, while marjoram and bronze fennel produce a range from yellow through tan and olive green

Natural dyes with foraged acorns. Stack on left without mordants. Stack on right with post-dye iron modifier. Oh my, acorns. Slow fashion experiments by Katrina Rodabaugh. www.katrinarodabaugh.com

Natural dyes with foraged acorns. Stack on left without mordants. Stack on right with post-dye iron modifier. Oh my, acorns. Slow fashion experiments by Katrina Rodabaugh. www.katrinarodabaugh.com

avocado dyeing; first bath & exhaust bath. various cotton fabrics, some cotton yarn, and a length of cream wool. first i scoured them in a soapnuts concentrate and soda ash, then using aluminum sulfate as the mordant, i simmered fabric x1h, rinsed and left wet. boiled avocado skins a short time... removed, and soaked 1 day, then simmered x 1 h. the pinks developed a much brighter tone.

avocado dyeing; first bath & exhaust bath. various cotton fabrics, some cotton yarn, and a length of cream wool. first i scoured them in a soapnuts concentrate and soda ash, then using aluminum sulfate as the mordant, i simmered fabric x1h, rinsed and left wet. boiled avocado skins a short time... removed, and soaked 1 day, then simmered x 1 h. the pinks developed a much brighter tone.

dyeing with birch leaves

dyeing with birch leaves

black glutinous rice dyeing - cold and hot bath http://moonmossrock.com/2016/06/15/natural-dyeing-part-iii-rice-and-beans-and-pandan/

black glutinous rice dyeing - cold and hot bath http://moonmossrock.com/2016/06/15/natural-dyeing-part-iii-rice-and-beans-and-pandan/