The Handbook of Natural Plant Dyes presents everything you need to know about using garden weeds to flowers, herbs and vegetable scraps in order to dye your fabric, yarn and other natural materials. Stunning photography accompanies easy to follow instructions that will have you exploring your kitchen, garden or backyard for new and exciting ways to dye your natural materials. Transform your fibers or textiles into works of art, dyed naturally in your own home. This encyclopedic collection also includes chapters of various plants, vegetables, flowers and more along with samples of fabrics, fibers and projects to show off the wide range of colors that can be achieved. This book is sure to inspire knitters, sewers, quilters and fabric lovers alike to transform ordinary fibers into extraordinary experiments of color with items easily found around your home!
Timber Press Books, 171 pages.