While I was at dye camp, I had access to plants I usually would not be able to use, and silk fabrics that I don’t usually have, and so of course, experiments occurred…
I thought you might enjoy seeing them!
Filed under Natural dyeing
Tagged as cotinus, eucalyptus, New Zealand flax, passionfruit peel, silk
I love that second photo where some of the prints are just outlines next to full colour ones. All of them are gorgeous, of course. Very cool.
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They are lovely, aren’t they? I have to say, not what I expected… but no less lovely for that. Thank you!
I’d like to go to ‘dye camp’!
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Thanks! I recommend it 🙂
Love love love – even more if you’d let us see bigger versions! 😉
Lovely prints. It would seem that at dye camp you had access to different leaves as well? is that a glimmer of the wonderful cotinus in the second photo.
Thanks Christine! Yes, that is cotinus. It does grow here, but I don’t have ready access so I made the most of the one at Beautiful Silks!
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