Friday, July 26, 2013

Natural Dye Blog Crawl - July 2013

Here is a list of some very beautiful blogs that feature natural dyeing!!! 








 
If you are a natural dyer and would like to be included in this blog crawl list please let me know and I will add you to the list!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

How about me: Trace Willans of soewnearth.blogspot.com who is uhum The Self Reliant Artist

k baxter packwood said...

Trace - added you to the list!

Ladka said...

I dye wool, silk and cotton with local plants, that's in Slovenia, Europe. My blog is at mamaladka.blogspot.com. Haven't been posting much recently but will post more regularly again.

Ladka said...

I dye wool, silk and cotton with local plants, that's in Slovenia, Europe. My blog is at mamaladka.blogspot.com. Haven't been posting much recently but will post more regularly again.

Ladka said...

I dye wool, silk and cotton with local plants, that's in Slovenia, Europe. My blog is at mamaladka.blogspot.com. Haven't been posting much recently but will post more regularly again.

Ladka said...

I dye wool, silk and cotton with local plants, that's in Slovenia, Europe. My blog is at mamaladka.blogspot.com. Haven't been posting much recently but will post more regularly again.
I have been trying to post my comment but somehow can't guess the very mysterious letters :-(

digitalgardener said...

Hi Kimberly,
I blog about growing and using dyeplants as well: http://digitalgardener.wordpress.com/
May I also say how much I enjoy your blog!
Liz

Moya Jones said...

Thanks for making this list...and including me! Great resource!

kathyinozarks said...

thank you for hosting this crawl-I have really enjoyed visiting all the different blogs-and have chosen to follow a few kathy

Linda Burke said...

Myra, hookedanddyed, I started my crawl with you---stunning and love the how-to details. Linda

colourcottage said...

Thanks for making this list, it's good with new inspirations!

I blog about plant dyeing myself, but always want to learn more.

Anonymous said...

add me please.
cstentz@comcast.net

Scharine said...

Hello Kimberley, I'm a 4th generation Ryukyu weaver, dyer and spinner from Naha, Okinawa-Japan. I use ancient natural dye techniques that originate as far back as the 14th century. I would appreciate your including my dyeing/weaving/spinning website as a reference and introduction to Ryukyu dyework: http://ryukyuheritagetextiles.com/. Thank you. Gratefully, Scharine

Margo Duke said...

Kimberley I'd love to be included.
hermajestymargo.blogspot.com. LOVE natural dyeing and learning about it! Thank you.