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Fons And Porter

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
How to Dye Rhubarb Roots
How to Dye Sandalwood
How to Dye Strawberry Blite
How to Dye Tansy
How to Felt
How to Finish Chenille
How to Finish Handspun Yarns
How to Mordant Cotton and Linen Yarns
How to Rainbow Dye Silk
How to Make a Rhubarb Leaf Mordant How to Sew Handwoven Fabric
How to Spin a Cabled Yarn
How to Make a Tin Mordant
How to Make a Twisted Fringe
How to Use a Corker
How to Wash Fleece
How to Wash a Wool Blanket

Natural Dyes and Mordants

 

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Natural dyed w/ avocado superwash wool/nylon sock yarn, 430 yards, 4.0 oz - Current price: $22.00

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Natural dyed w/ Rosemary SW wool/nylon sock yarn, 430 yards, 4.0 oz - Current price: $22.00

Natural dyed w/ beets superwash wool/nylon sock yarn, 357 yards - Current price: $20.00

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