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Lichen dyes: From left to right, 1 mason jar of fermented lichens, 1 skein of yarn and vinegar, 1 mason jar of fermented lichens 2 skeins of yarn and vinegar, 1 mason jar of fermented lichens, 2 skeins of yarn, exhaust from the previous no vinegar dyepot and one skein of yarn.

Lichen dyes: From left to right, 1 mason jar of fermented lichens, 1 skein of yarn and vinegar, 1 mason jar of fermented lichens 2 skeins of yarn and vinegar, 1 mason jar of fermented lichens, 2 skeins of yarn, exhaust from the previous no vinegar dyepot and one skein of yarn.

Ravelry: roseberri's Valley Yarns Charlemont, purples dyed with mulberries, greens with foxglove

Ravelry: roseberri's Valley Yarns Charlemont, purples dyed with mulberries, greens with foxglove

Yarn dyed with dyer's coreopsis

Yarn dyed with dyer's coreopsis

Pokeberry dyed yarn. Link goes to Ravelry page with notes on method used, which included keeping the berries in a pair of pantyhose to keep seeds from getting all through the yarn.

Pokeberry dyed yarn. Link goes to Ravelry page with notes on method used, which included keeping the berries in a pair of pantyhose to keep seeds from getting all through the yarn.

Logwood, Brazilwood, and turmeric dyes

Logwood, Brazilwood, and turmeric dyes

Rick colors of naturally dyed wool yarns

Rick colors of naturally dyed wool yarns

Dyed our own yarns with natural ingredients - plants, herbs, berries - since I was a youngster . . . it's practically a lost art now! This is good info - How to make mordants for natural dyes.

How to Make Mordants for Natural Dyes

Dyed our own yarns with natural ingredients - plants, herbs, berries - since I was a youngster . . . it's practically a lost art now! This is good info - How to make mordants for natural dyes.

Pokeberry dyed yarns

Pokeberry dyed yarns

The results from left to right - red onion skins, beetroot, brown onion skins and red cabbage. We use a combination of microwave and boiling to get these results

The results from left to right - red onion skins, beetroot, brown onion skins and red cabbage. We use a combination of microwave and boiling to get these results

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