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Eco Printing or Eco Dyeing on Fabric. How to make Eco Prints with leaves on silk chiffon and cotton fabric with an iron modifier.
Diane Kelly saved to Rust
Mordants and Assists available at The Yarn Tree Today I’d like to talk about mordants.The word mordant comes from the French word “mordre” – to bite. The mordant combines with a natural dye and fixes the color to the material. Mordants make the color richer, lightfast and wash-fast.
Maria /Ninja Chickens saved to Dyeing
Eco printing has so many questions since it is such an interesting art form. I'll share my Eco Printing Tips & tricks with you from my many experimentations
Sustainability and zero waste initiatives are super important, so I tried a natural dyeing technique using avocado, onions, red cabbage and blackberry food scraps. This DIY is so easy on natural fabric like linen and cotton, and made dyeing my reuseable sustainable face masks really fun. Try this fun project at home with your kids to teach them about eco-friendly practices and staying safe. Click to find out how to naturally dye your DIY face coverings, and to see how mine turned out!
The Sorry Girls saved to Lifestyle Hacks
Natural Dyeing Tutorial. Learn how to use red cabbage to obtain beautiful purples, greens and blues with organic cotton yarn.
Lindsey Hyatt saved to Om
Mansi Kulashri saved to MDP
Easy DIY Iron Mordant Recipe for Natural Dyeing and Eco Printing. Learn how to make a liquid Iron Mordant or Iron Modifier for Plant Dyeing and Eco Dyeing. #dyeing #naturaldye #yarndyeing #fabricdye
FiberArtsy saved to Dyeing Yarn and Fabric
How to eco print with natural dyes using flowers and leaves. Tutorial for kids and moms. Great craft activity!
kiara dandridge saved to Final range
Love Sumac! When you want reliable results with minimal use of additives, Eco printing with sumac gives great results...
linda waugh saved to Art learning
Jun 30, 2020 - The live round of the Iso Dye Club has come to an end, although new students are still welcome to join and will be able to work through the ecourse at their own pace. It has been the most wonderful…
Lynette Allsop Worldon saved to homemade gifts