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  • Why Should You Use Natural Dyes Instead of Synthetic Dyes?

    Why should you use natural dyes? Here are some of the best reasons to adopt these organic extracts in your creative projects. Natural dyes are som...
  • Natural Dyes vs. Synthetic Dyes: 8 Differences

    Dyeing textile dates back to the early stages of the Neolithic period. Dyeing with natural sources has a history of more than 4,000 years. In time...
  • Everything to Know About Madder Natural Dye

    Madder roots are one of the oldest dye extracts. Also known as Rubia tinctoria, it has been widely used for many centuries in Turkey and certain r...
  • 4 Natural Dyes That Don't Need a Mordant

    Mordanting is an integral part of dyeing fabrics with natural extracts. But there are natural dyes that don’t need a mordant at all. Even though th...
  • How to Dye Fabrics With Natural Extracts?

    How to dye fabrics with natural extracts? Here’s your guide to foraying into the world of mordants, dyes, and natural dyeing.  Dyeing with plant e...
  • Everything to Know About Natural Dyes

    Natural dyes are colourants produced from various natural or biological sources. Here’s everything you need to know about them. Humanity has been m...
  • Introduction to Dying with Plants: How to collect, dry, and dye with plants?

    The use of natural ingredients, naturalness and being close to nature are experiencing a renaissance. We are slowly reviving our grandmothers ’heri...
  • What is Muslin Fabric?

    Muslin Fabric
    Muslin fabric is is a type of fabric made of 100% natural cotton. It is an organic, healthy, natural, soft and breathable product. Moreover, it has a texture that softens as it is washed. It is also an indispensable part of baby products.Muslin fabric 4 Layer From Turkey themazi
  • How to Achieve Purple and Brown Shades from Plant Dye?

    There are so many natural and beautiful colors that we can achieve with plant dyes. With the right knowledge and technique, we can make mesmerizing...
  • How to Dye Silk with Natural Dyes

      Yes, we can. Silk (protein fibres) accept dyes best. Plant fibres (cotton and linen) need a mordant or a dye with natural tannins (avocados, onio...
  • Tie-Dying Is Back but This Time Let’s Do It Naturally

    Tie-dyed clothing is not a new fashion trend. Probably everybody remembers the 1960s and 1970s when the bright, colourful tie-dyed clothes reac...
  • What is Hemp Fabric Benefits?

    What is Hemp Fabric Benefits?Hemp absorbs carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. Unlike cotton and many other agricultural products, which consume exc...
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