Oh my goodness! These are beautiful! It seems like natural dyes often turn out slightly different than what one might expect so it's helpful to have these examples. Thanks! :)
What great colors, cheers Marie
Wow, those colours turned out great! I never knew sunflower seed wud dye red.. crazy.
these are so lovely, off to find some wool to dye xxx
Just discovered your blog, it's great! The colors look so intense. Great to learn about sunflower seeds as dye material. Thanks.
I love the cabbage and the sunflower seeds.I used alum on my silks
Oh my goodness, you are amazing! I love that yellow!
indigo & indigo + tumeric? i don't know what else might make a true blue, but i'll check my books!
ooo - just found this link for all the colors of the rainbow using natural dyes: http://teachinghandwork.blogspot.com/2010/05/plant-dyeing-silks-for-kindergarten.html
oh my goodness, the one from the sunflowers is simply amazing, love this so much!
you should be able to get liquid chlorophyll at a health food store. Haven't used it for dying, it's a very dark green but I know for a fact that it does stain.love the deep colors.