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Dyework is at Vauxhall City Farm in Central London. "Our main activities:  "Cultivation and extraction of dyestuffs from plant sources  "Reviving historical dye recipes for indigo, madder, safflower, etc.  "Producing hand-made yarns for weaving, embroidery and knitting using natural fibres  "Producing naturally dyed fabrics   "Training and education"

Dyework is at Vauxhall City Farm in Central London. "Our main activities: "Cultivation and extraction of dyestuffs from plant sources "Reviving historical dye recipes for indigo, madder, safflower, etc. "Producing hand-made yarns for weaving, embroidery and knitting using natural fibres "Producing naturally dyed fabrics "Training and education"

ADVANCED NATURAL DYEING

ADVANCED NATURAL DYEING

One of our many new classes is an Advanced Natural Dyeing class. Many of the past Natural Dyeing students wanted a next level class where they could explore more dyestuffs

Dye Your T-Shirt, Fiber or Yarn with Snow, Fiberartsy.com | FiberArtsy.com

Dye Your T-Shirt, Fiber or Yarn with Snow

Snow "tie dye": how to dye shirts with snow or ice (via fiber artsy)

Green copper Rust Autumn Unique Jumbo Perle Medium by sassalynne, $12.75

Green copper Rust Autumn Unique Jumbo Perle Medium by sassalynne, $12.75

Antique designe SILK suzani hand made embroidery craft home decor BUKHARA region 59"X73"

Antique designe SILK suzani hand made embroidery craft home decor BUKHARA region 59"X73"

Make your own fabric prints using the sun  ~  Inkodye is light-sensitive dye for textiles or any natural fibers, including wood and raw leather. It acts like the Sunprint paper you might have used as a kid, only you can brush this dye on anything you want and it comes in lots of colors. Like orange, of course. Here's the How-To

Make your own fabric prints using the sun ~ Inkodye is a light-sensitive dye for textiles/ natural fibers, including wood and raw leather.

Learn how to dye your own silk hankies with this free knitting video.  Once your hankies are dyed, you can spin the fiber into your own yarn.

How to Dye Silk Hankies

In this free video knitting tutorial, you'll learn how to dye silk hankies, also known as Mawata, using food coloring and your oven. Once your hankies are dyed to your satisfaction, they can be transformed and spun into beautiful hand dyed yarn.

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