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6 Natural Dyes Made From Flowers, Plants, And Roots

6 Natural Dyes Made From Flowers, Plants, And Roots

Roses are pretty to look at, turmeric is supposed to be extremely good for you, and blackberries are known to be delicious. But what if these seemingly unrelated items had something in common? They do, in fact, share a magical quality: they all produce natural dye. With just a few quick and easy steps, you can use plenty of everyday things to add a pop of color to your wardrobe. Basically, you’ll never have to buy the unnatural chemical stuff from the store again!

1. Rose Petal Dye

You’ll Need:

Here’s How:

1.1 Pluck the petals off the roses and put them in a pot. Add water and boil the petals for 1 hour.

1.2. Pour vinegar into a separate pot and add the garment you want to dye. Boil the garment in the vinegar for 1 hour.

1.3. Pour the dyed rose petal water into a bowl and add the garment to it. Let the garment soak in the rose water for about 1 hour. Once the fabric is nice and dry, it’s going to shine in a beautiful, strong pink!

Rose Petal Dye

2. Turmeric Dye

You’ll Need:

Here’s How:

2.1 Add water to a pot and sprinkle turmeric in. Boil the turmeric water for 1 hour and then transfer it to a bowl. Put your garment of choice into the bowl and allow it to soak for about 1 hour.

Turmeric Dye

3. Beet Dye

You’ll Need:

Here’s How:

Peel the beets and chop them into small pieces. Add the beets to a pot and pour water over them. Boil for about 1 hour, then add your garment of choice and allow to soak for another hour.

Beet dye

4. Purple Cabbage Dye

You’ll Need:

Here’s How:

Chop the red cabbage into small pieces and add them to a pot filled with water. Boil the cabbage for 1 hour, then pour the purple water into a bowl. Add your garment of choice to the bowl and let it soak for 1 hour.

Purple Cabbage Dye

5. Onion Skin Dye

You’ll Need:

Here’s How:

Put a few onion skins in a container and for boiling water over them. Let the skins soak in the water for 2 hours, then add your garment of choice to the dyed water and allow it to soak for 1 hour.

Onion Skin Dye

6. Blackberry Dye

You’ll Need:

Here’s How:

Crush the blackberries with a fork and then put them in a container. Pour boiling water into the container and leave to stand for 1 hour. Then pour the blackberry water into a bowl and let your garment of choice soak in it for 1 hour.

Blackberry Dye

Get the instructions for the Tie Dye Designs, Coffee Ground Dye, Bleach Pen Shirt, and Crayon T-Shirt featured in the bonus videos.

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