beautiful trees, scrumptious fabric...
beautiful colours, love the mottley look, is the birch bark going to be a dye stuff? i like how the birch bark matches the dog...k.
Yes, without a number on it we might not know what to call it, and that would be such a shame. Why on earth do they need to number a tree?Incredible colours in your fabric velmaxt
the birch was on slu campus, so maybe it has some special college tree???
violas...how many did it take?that reminds me of a jumprope rhyme
a handfull? frozen.
I didn't get to the indigo this weekend (I keep reading different directions and getting befuddled), but I did freeze a handful of petunias and violas. That makes me want to jump right up and go do something with it....
everybody is dyeing. i feel left out.
join in. come up and we'll make dye!
ha! i have hooligans tomorrow! yikes!
for a tropical girl birches are the epitome of trees.i'm not dyeing :( come join me jude.
or neki come to the grest white north and dye away. only it's gold/green now.birches are elegant, even (or especially #7)
Can you dye cloth with birch bark? ~ Julie
you ca try, i'm guessing it's the regular old yellow/tan. anyone else? when i need bark dyes, i go for apple (yellow) or hemlock (rust). i usually use bark for paper or basketry.
love the colors and textures of your cloth and dyes and what can be found in nature all connected.
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