You will never think of your jam jars and your slow cooker in the same way again! Angela shows you how easy it is to dye your own fabric in your own kitchen.
Angela selects four different products to use to create the colour in her fabrics, which are both cotton and silk; she uses onion skins for a soft beige colour; walnut husks for brown; wood chippings for purple and madder root for red/pink.
Sometimes the fabric needs to be pre-treated with a modant and Angela explains why. The ingredients are re-usable, but they will loose some of their power.
So load up your slow cooker – leave cooking for 3-4 hours and see what you can produce.
Angela Daymond is a textile artist, quilter and teacher who just loves to stitch.
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