Natural Kitchen Dyes

Make Your Own Dyes from Fruit, Vegetables, Herbs and Tea, Plus 12 Eco-Friendly Craft Projects

Alicia Hall

With this book you can explore the magical world of natural dyes, without the need of a garden full of dye plants.
Date Published :
March 2022
Publisher :
White Owl
Language:
English
Series :
Crafts
Illustration :
150 color illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781526793096
Pages : 152
Dimensions : 11 X 8.4 inches
Stock Status : In stock
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$22.95
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Overview
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With Natural Kitchen Dyes you can explore the magical world of natural dyes, without the need of a garden full of dye plants. Our kitchens are a great source of natural dye colors, from vegetable peels that create blush pinks and peaches, fruit skins that make lemon yellows, a green dye sourced from carrot tops, dried spices and used tea bags to create vibrant yellows, rich terracottas and deep browns. Natural Kitchen Dyes takes you through the exciting process of creating these wonderful natural colors, dyeing fabric with the dyes and suggests ingenious ways to get your hands on some natural dye sources. Accompanying the natural dye recipes in the book are ten environmentally conscious projects, which have been created not only to show off the natural dyes beautifully, but to help eliminate waste. Several of the projects actually utilize waste that would otherwise be composted or recycled such as old clothes turned into bags and patchwork floor cushions, to dried pulses past their expiration date used to make a beaded necklace.

About The Author
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After discovering plant dyeing in a horticultural book while working as a gardener, Alicia drew on her education in fashion design to experiment with plant dyes and textiles, creating colorful dyes using the plants that grew in the gardens that she worked in. Since growing her passion into a thriving small business, Alicia now spends her time cooking up plant dyes and making textile products in her home studio in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, where she lives with her husband and son.

REVIEWS
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"This fun collection will be a valuable addition to any DIY library."

- Publishers Weekly

“Hall outlines a kid-friendly craft that just might engage adults too.”

- Booklist

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