Category Archives: Eucalyptus cinerea as dye

Plant Dyeing Again

Well, fellow MELD member Louise Wells has  said that if I’m on a good thing I should stick to it. So here goes with my record of the latest natural dyeing efforts. f Might take break now while I think … Continue reading

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More plant dyeing

This a post that is more for documenting my experiments of today than to arouse responses like “Oh, gorgeous” or “You are so clever!”. When “you’re on a good thing , stick to it”, comes to mind. I had  a … Continue reading

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Margaret or Monet?

I had a lovely day with friends here yesterday.  It was like a group studio with Liz in the laundry dyeing yarn with fibre reactive dyes; Louise at the table designing  an entry into a brooch exhibition; and Julie outside … Continue reading

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