Dyeing Wool & Silk Using Eastern Brazilwood
Wool & Silk Fibres Dyeing Wool & Silk Using Eastern Brazilwood are the materials I chose to dye with. I used Cheviot, and Bluefaced Leicester combed top for my wool and silk hankies for my silk. Eastern Brazilwood Dye Stock Ground eastern Brazilwood powder is the dye stock I used. To use this ground wood,…
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The Results Are In!
I finished spinning up one of the braids I dyed with Hopi Sunflower seeds. Braid This braid is blue-faced Leicester and is combed top, not roving. What is the difference between roving and combed tops, you ask? Combed top the fibres are all combed, so they are parallel. Roving the fibres are not combed and…
A Look At My Natural Dyeing Experiment With Sunflower Seeds & Iron
Hopi Sunflower Seeds Creating Dye Stock Hopi sunflower seeds have been used for centuries by the Hopi people of northeastern Arizona as a natural dye to colour their textiles. The seeds produced a rich and vibrant purple colour that could be easily extracted and used to dye wool. To create a dye stock with this…