I had heard that it was possible to dye yarns using black beans but have never tried it before so last week when I went grocery shopping I looked for some. I purchased a 500 gram bag of Turtle Black Beans from my local Waitrose grocery store.
I placed all of the beans into […]
During winter months, I tend to dye yarns mostly with acid based dyes because they are quick reacting and simple to work with. Now that it is spring and the sun is shining, I can again do some dye work outside so work more with natural plant dyes. Natural dye baths and mordants require […]
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[pinit count=”horizontal” url=”http://www.allfiberarts.com/2012/blsandalwood.htm” image_url=”http://www.allfiberarts.com/library/graphics/dye/sandalwood.jpg” description=”Sandalwood 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) […]
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