Simple, raw, and beautiful! The color is so rich and has so much depth!
thank you sharon!
I like that...! (there´s not the bark already involved I suppose...?)
i like these results. did u 'fix' the dye? we did natural dying a while ago but just boiled the fabrics with the plant stuff so i wasn't sure if i could used the dyed fabric for anything that would need washing?
thank you ger - the bark is still waiting..... I think it will give light shades, if anything...notmassproduced - I use alum as a mordant to fix the colours,mostly. I also tend these days to use dyes that I know will stay over time, so walnut, onion madder etc.... - hope that helps you
it never crossed my mind to dye, over-dye & over-dye again a piece of fabric. Now this is a very interesting thing ...those dark shades are scrumptious, Cathy !thanks for sharing oxoxo
this shade is stunning!
I love your dyed work! It's so beautiful. I found you via flikr. My work is somewhat similar but more geometric.
thank you kindly, Kathryn, Lisa & Sonia!
beautiful and inspiring. and some of the new work in the shop is stunning, tempting...
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