• How to Madder Dyeing, Purples and Mauves?

    Madder dye kit 1 (mauve/purple) 100g cotton fabric 20g sodium carbonate (soda ash) 100g madder powder  2g iron sulphate You will need Contents of...
  • Safflower Dye by Michel Garcia

    ✨ Michel Garcia used our Safflower rose petal the outcome is spectacular💕#michelgarcia   “Safflower rose or Indian rose Rarely used in p...
  • Madder Root + Buckthorn Peace Silk Bundle Dye Tutorial (in collaboration with Naturally Dyed Goods)

    We are excited to share with you a step-by-step tutorial for dyeing our hand-woven peace silk shawl (buy here) with using our Madder (buy here) ...
  • How to Make Oakgall Ink?

    Recipe by Maydi Díaz from SundayScriptorium. Ingredients: 1 ounce of Oakgalls A small piece of natural linen + twine 12 ounces of Rai...
  • How To Dye With Natural Indigo | Indigofera Tinctorum

    Written by Elisabeth Culshaw I am a natural dyer and I love working with Indigo. It is such a special dye one has to feel grateful for. It takes so...
  • Natural Dyes You Can Use to Colour Your Fabrics

    Non-toxic Movement: 17 Natural Dyes You Can Use to Colour Your Fabrics Sustainability is a huge “trend” these days. But could it be a must? Conside...
  • How to Dye at Home with Onion Skins | Natural Dyes | Botanical Colors

    • Onion skins can produce a range of colors, from orange to purple, depending on the type of onion and the fabric used.
    • Unlike many natural dyes, onion skins do not require a mordant to be effective, as the dye is absorbed well by the fibers.
    • The light and wash fastness of natural dyes can be improved with the use of a mordant, but this is not necessary for onion skins.
    • To dye with onion skins, start by scouring the fabric and then simmering the onion skins in a pot of water for 30 minutes.
    • After simmering, add the wet/damp fabric to the pot and simmer for an additional 30 minutes.
    • Allow the dyebath to cool and then rinse the fabric thoroughly.
    • For soft olive green colors, dip the dyed fabric in an iron solution.
    • The light fastness of the dye can be improved by storing the dyed fabric away from direct sunlight.
    • It is also possible to reuse the dyebath for subsequent dyeing sessions to achieve paler shades.
  • The Plant Behind Turkey's Famous Red Dye (Madder - Rubia Tinctorum)

    The article explores the production and use of madder, a plant species known for its use in creating natural red dye. The article focuses on the two most famous types of madder, Rubia Cordifolia in India and Rubia Tinctorum in Turkey, and the importance of the madder roots' age, soil, and sunlight in producing high-quality alizarin. The article also discusses the process of creating Turkey Red, a laborious and secretive technique involving washing olive oil, sheep manure, and other ingredients in ashy water, which results in a bright and permanent red color that complements cotton perfectly.
  • How to Prepare Fiber/Fabric for Natural Dyeing

    Fibers and fabrics must be properly prepared for natural dyeing.  If they are not properly prepared, this can lead to uneven uptake of dye and poor...
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  • The Rich Tannin of Aleppo Oak Gall: A Natural Dye Ingredient from Turkey

    Themazi is a family company with a rich history in the production of oak gall, also known as Quercus Infectoria. Quercus, meaning beautiful ...

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