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Fungi Dye: Pisolithus arhizus

Pisolithus arhizus Mushroom Dye

Pisolithus arhizus – Brown, gold Also known as the Dyeball FI – Hernekuukunen

Alum Mordant

3 litres water 25 grams alum 10 grams cream of Tartar Bring to boil and then let cool 100 gram wool yarn tied in skeins Rinse the clean washed yarn in cool water […]

Fungi Dye: Boletopsis Grisea

Boletopsis grisea

FI – Sudenkaapa SW -tallgraticka

Alum Mordant 3 litres water 25 grams alum 10 grams cream of Tartar Bring to boil and then let cool 100 gram wool yarn tied in skeins Rinse the clean washed yarn in cool water Add the yarn into the cool mordant bath and bring […]

Fungi Dye: Hapolopilus Rutilans

Hapilopilus rutilans Mushroom Dye Hapalopilus rutilans FI: Okrakaapa SW: lysticka

Alum Mordant

3 litres water 25 grams alum 10 grams cream of Tartar Bring to boil and then let cool 100 gram wool yarn tied in skein Rinse the clean washed yarn in cool water Add the yarn into the cool mordant […]

Boletopsis Grisea - Fungi Dye Recipe

Boletopsis Grisea – Fungi Dye Recipe – Boletopsis grisea gives green colours when dyed. […]

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