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Recently I noticed that there is a Eucalyptus sideroxylon (or Red ironbark) tree growing next to a friend's office. Turns out that it is a variety known for producing beautiful dyes, so last time I...

Recently I noticed that there is a Eucalyptus sideroxylon (or Red ironbark) tree growing next to a friend's office. Turns out that it is a variety known for producing beautiful dyes, so last time I...

Here's my latest DIY on the Krrb blog! — Natural Dyes Using Vegetables and Other Pantry Staples - via Krrb blog

DIY — Natural Dyes Using Vegetables and Other Pantry Staples

Here's my latest DIY on the Krrb blog! — Natural Dyes Using Vegetables and Other Pantry Staples - via Krrb blog

natural dye class this picture takes me back to younger days and doing lots of demonstrations

natural dye class this picture takes me back to younger days and doing lots of demonstrations

Anyone who can make a pot of tea can dye a skein of wool or yard of plain linen to whatever color they want, using commonly found plants.

How To: Make Your Own Natural Dyes

Anyone who can make a pot of tea can dye a skein of wool or yard of plain linen to whatever color they want, using commonly found plants.

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