A quick natural dye experiment with butterfly pea flowers. Because butterfly pea flower tea has such a beautiful dark ink blue color, I tried to dye fabric blue with it. Butterfly pea fabric dye tried on silk and cotton fabric.
I haven’t shown you pictures of my DIY Edwardian boudoir slippers yet. Continue reading DIY Stockings & Edwardian Boudoir Slippers
I’ve finally finished my DIY solar cooker. Yay! My DIY solar box cooker is a combination between a hay box and a solar cooker. I followed these instructions for a “minimum” solar box cooker. For the solar box cooker I used two cardboard boxes, hay, wheat paste as glue, aluminium foil and plexiglas. Continue reading DIY Solar Box Cooker
Some years ago, I made these wirework earrings. Continue reading DIY Wirework Earrings
Many years ago, I turned a too large jersey knit sweater into a blazer. Continue reading Grey Crochet Lace Skirt & Jersey Knit Blazer
Our naturally dyed Easter eggs this year reminded me so much of the Meereen clothing colors! 😉 Continue reading Natural Easter Egg Dyes In Meereen Colors
While I was making dye samples with leftover blue food coloring (made with red cabbage and baking soda) I noticed that the dye solution changes dramatically its color in 4 days. Continue reading Red Cabbage Dye On Exposure To Air
I used leftover natural blue food coloring (made with red cabbage and baking soda) to make some print samples. Continue reading Red Cabbage + Baking Soda – Print Samples