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Himalayan Rhubarb Natural Dye Recipe

Himalayan Rhubarb Dye Recipe for Linen, Cotton and Cellulose Fibres Rheum Emodi

for 100 grams of fibre 20 grams Himalayan Rhubarb Dye Powder Put Himalayan Rhubarb into dye pot. Let simmer in dyepot for +1 hour at 50 deg. Add pre-mordanted wool yarn and sample fabrics. Let simmer in dyepot for +1 hour. Remove […]

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 […]

Madder Natural Dye Recipe

An organic dye recipe for dyeing yarn with Madder root. […]

Sandalwood Natural Dye Recipe

Red Sandalwood Pterocarpus antalinus Red Sandalwood comes for a tree native to India and Indonesia. The dyestuff is from the heartwood and yields oranges, browns and auburn shades of colour.

Time Required: 3 hours

Use clean, premordanted wool or yarn. Measure the sandalwood (200% WOG) into a small dish. Add alcohol to cover […]

Osage Orange Dye Recipe

How to dye yarn with Osage orange organic dye […]

Logwood Natural Dye Recipe

How to dye yarn with logwood organic dye […]

Cochineal Dye Recipe

How to Dye pinks and reds with Cochineal […]

How To Dye With Brazilwood

How To Dye With Brazilwood recipe […]

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