For the Makers: How to Use Natural Dyes on Fabric - A college course I took included yarn dying with natural items. This is a great way to incorporate science into art!
Floral Fabric Art with Sharpies [Tutorial]
Salt Resist Tie Dye Technique
Use salt to create subtle, textured designs in tie-dye with this salt resist tie-dye technique. Find instructions with photos and a sample tie-dye result.
Dyeing with Bleach
fabric printing with bleach/Dyeing fabric with bleach. Applying ordinary household bleach to dark, natural-fiber fabrics, either by spraying or brushing the bleach on flat fabric (Resist-and-spray technique), or by dipping the fabric in it, after protect
Tie Dye Ombre Technique Step a line of dye along fabric edge. Step a large wet paintbrush to brush dye upward on fabric. Step paintbrush in water and brush along edge of dye, pulling color upward to create a gradation of the original color.
This is the second part of my roundup of all the different natural dyes I have been experimenting on during the past year. The first part was about collecting yourself from the nature, but not ever...
Indigo shibori dye - Suji shibori combines pleating and binding
Like Shibori but with a DIY Turmeric Natural Tie-Dye Pillow Case
Make Natural Dyes With Leftover Fruits and Vegetables
Use vegetables and fruits to make these nontoxic natural dyes. Mordants/fixatives used: For fruit dyes, simmer the fabric in cup salt and 4 cups water. For vegetable dyes, simmer in one cup vinegar and four cups water.
red onion skins - need no color fixer nor a special/separate pot.