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Natural Dyes and Mordants

A selection of Natural Dyes and Mordants […]

How To Index

How to Make an Alum Mordant How to Dye Bananas How to Dye Bedstraw How to Dye Beets How to Dye Bloodroot How to Dye Brazilwood How to Dye Clematis How to Dye Cochineal How to Dye Coreopsis How to Dye Dahlias How to Dye Hollyhocks How to Dye Kamala How to Dye Rhododendron […]

Using Natural Dyes and Mordants- part 2

Natural dyes: brazilwood, osage orange, indigo […]

Beginner Natural Dyeing

Learning to use natural dyes […]

Natural Dyes and Recipes

Dye recipes, and projects for the natural and organic dyer […]

Information about Dyes and Color

Projects, recipes and information pertaining to using natural and synthetic dyes, shibori, koolaid, jello dyes, batik other dye methods. […]

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