Tag: natural dyes
Backyard Poultry Contributor
Using vegetable colorants, like beet dye, is a natural way to decorate Easter eggs. Or, for more of a challenge, try pysanky or a fun in-shell recipe.
Learning how to shear a sheep takes practice and time. Before you head out to buy sheep shearing supplies try to observe a professional sheep shearer.
Countryside Magazine Contributor
Our January/February 2019 issue is NOW AVAILABLE! Includes a guide to feeding and identifying backyard birds, tips about buying used farm equipment, No-Peek Beef Stew recipe, and much more!
When learning to weave, the rigid heddle loom is a good choice. It’s easy to work and you will quickly master the basics of weaving. Plus, setting it up isn’t
Maat Van Uitert
Using this sweater mitten pattern, you can breathe new life into old clothing!
Natural dyes for wool have been used for centuries. Creating color from plants, insects, fungus, and minerals can be traced back to early civilizations. Certain colors denoted higher social classes
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