Because my modern 18th century recycled denim stays turned out so comfy I made another DIY corset top! 😀 This time I used handwoven fabric in blue and white for my corset top. The corset top laces up the back and is closed with hooks and eyes at the center front. It’s constructed using lapped seams and the old German stitch (also known as baseball stitch), and it’s unboned except for the two necessary bones at the back. Continue reading Handwoven Corset Top
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How To Dye Cotton Blue With Red Cabbage (No Mordant)
I’ve written up a follow-up to my tutorial on how to dye cotton blue with red cabbage because it’s one of the most popular posts on my blog! 😀 Continue reading How To Dye Cotton Blue With Red Cabbage (No Mordant)
9 DIY Mordants – Red Cabbage Dye Samples
Red cabbage dye is my favorite natural dye because you can dye cotton fabric blue even without using a mordant! 😀 Continue reading 9 DIY Mordants – Red Cabbage Dye Samples
9 FAQs About Dyeing Cotton Blue With Red Cabbage
Red cabbage dye is my favorite natural blue dye for cotton fabric and cotton clothing! 😀 You can use red cabbage to dye cotton blue even without a mordant. Or you can make DIY iron mordant to make the color darker and to improve the wash fastness of red cabbage dyed fabric. Continue reading 9 FAQs About Dyeing Cotton Blue With Red Cabbage
14 FAQs About Eco-Friendly Natural Dyeing
If you’re just getting started with natural dyeing, here are some frequently asked questions & answers about eco-friendly and sustainable natural dyeing: The eco-friendly natural dyeing 101!
Do you want to know how to dye your own clothes and fabric in an eco-friendly and sustainable way with natural dyes? Natural dyeing is a fun process but it’s also good for the environment. So let’s get started with natural dyeing! 😀 Continue reading 14 FAQs About Eco-Friendly Natural Dyeing
How To Make DIY Natural Holi Powder From Scratch
Make your own DIY natural holi powder from scratch with cornstarch and fruits & vegetables!
I’ve always wanted to make a holi powder photoshoot with my dog. But I didn’t want to use store-bought holi powder because it’s expensive and I don’t know what’s in it. And as I often make homemade natural food coloring, I thought why not make my own DIY natural holi powder from scratch with fruits and vegetables. Making DIY natural holi powder is cheap, easy and so fun! Continue reading How To Make DIY Natural Holi Powder From Scratch
Naturally Blue Fried Eggs
Naturally blue fried eggs colored with homemade natural blue food coloring – a fun twist on classic fried eggs!
These fried eggs are naturally dyed with red cabbage! Aren’t they fun? And they taste just like ordinary fried eggs! Continue reading Naturally Blue Fried Eggs
Blue Snowflake Cookies – Naturally Colored With Red Cabbage
These blue snowflake cookies are naturally colored with red cabbage! Yes, you’ve read that right: they’re colored with red cabbage! 😀 Isn’t it such a beautiful baby blue? And don’t worry, they don’t taste of red cabbage! 😉 Continue reading Blue Snowflake Cookies – Naturally Colored With Red Cabbage
Sparkling Blue Cookies Colored With Red Cabbage
These sparkling blue sugar cookies are naturally colored with homemade natural blue food coloring!
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Blue Macarons With Natural Food Coloring
These beautiful Tiffany blue macarons are naturally colored with homemade blue food coloring! I love the color of the blue macarons! Isn’t it gorgeous?
But the all-natural blue macarons don’t just look delicious – they are! They’re flavored with peppermint essential oil. Continue reading Blue Macarons With Natural Food Coloring