One of my favourite things to do with leftover dye baths is to create inks or watercolour…

natural dyeing with avocado stones

Avocados are a great beginner dye to work with. The seeds contain tannic acid which acts as a natural mordant binding to..

natural dyeing with onion skins


Naturally dye with onion skins

When it comes to natural dyeing, the skins of the yellow onion produce beautiful ranges of soft yellow to rich…

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natural dyeing with eucalyptus
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Natural Dyeing

Natural Dyeing with Eucalyptus

Historically the bark of the eucalyptus was used to make items such as plates & bowls, canoes, fishing nets, boomerangs, spears and shields…


Natural Dyeing with Oak Leaves

In ancient Ireland, the Oak held special meaning to the Celts. Considered the King of the forest, it was associated with…

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