Fabric dyeing techniques

Elevate your fashion game with these creative fabric dyeing techniques. Learn how to add vibrant colors and unique patterns to your clothes and accessories for a personalized and stylish look.
Jamie Young - Natural Dye Educator on Instagram: "✨Bundle dyeing✨ with Flowers & Food Waste 🌸🌿  👉🏼✨ Comment BUNDLE & I’ll send you a ✨free✨ bundle dyeing tutorial! 🦋  Bundle dyeing is an easy technique that yields beautiful results. ✨ If you’re new to natural dyeing, food waste dyes are a budget friendly, low pressure way to begin experimenting. It’s also the ideal natural dye project to do with kids! I worked with yellow onion skins, marigolds, & avocados for this project. 🧅🥑💕  Some of the best (most colorfast) food waste dyes include avocado pits & skins 💗, pomegranate peel☀️🌿, onion skins🧡, & carrot tops. 🥕  This scarf was mordanted with mineral salts to help the dyes form an insoluble bond with the fiber. This step is vital for color uptake and longevity. If you’d like to l Patchwork, Avocado, Eco Dyeing, Natural Dye Fabric, Avocado Dyeing, Fabric Dyeing Techniques, Fabric Dyeing Techniques Tutorials, How To Dye Fabric, Dyeing Techniques

Jamie Young - Natural Dye Educator on Instagram: "✨Bundle dyeing✨ with Flowers & Food Waste 🌸🌿 👉🏼✨ Comment BUNDLE & I’ll send you a ✨free✨ bundle dyeing tutorial! 🦋 Bundle dyeing is an easy technique that yields beautiful results. ✨ If you’re new to natural dyeing, food waste dyes are a budget friendly, low pressure way to begin experimenting. It’s also the ideal natural dye project to do with kids! I worked with yellow onion skins, marigolds, & avocados for this project. 🧅🥑💕 Some…

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Andrea Miller
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Tea is rich with tannin (good for gripping onto fabric), is inexpensive, and attaches well to cotton and linen. It typically gives you a light brown color if you don’t use any color modifiers. You can use an iron modifier on the fabric after you dye it with the tea, which will shift your colors to grey, and increase our fabric’s color- and lightfastness. At the iron sulfate stage, you will be able to experiment with different dipping and folding techniques to create patterns on your fabric.

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Tracy Boon