beautiful colours on all photos, the ey turned out well, love the little caterpillar x
i have a feeling that my sister will enjoy thecaterpillar more that a little neice^^. will see~
hallo dear coco!thank you for the invitation one more time :)the catepillar you made is beautiful!i would like to experiment with natural color dyeing too!beautiful green everywhere!
it was fun project i did recently. and i also want to try more naturaldyeing with other plants in the future.have you done any natural dyeing ? i wondewhat else would be good material?
i only once dyed paper with tea :)do you have any instructions that you followed?
A new niece? Congratulations!The caterpillar is cute :)
yes, new one. ^^
The rattle is so cute, your niece is a very lucky baby to have you as an aunt!The pink fabric is so beautiful. I'm thinking of dyeing yarn & fabric myself, what do you recommend for a beginner?
myself is a bigginer for natural dyeing as well. in thepast, i experimented dyeing with tea and also with coffee. i had fun with flower petals not too long ago, if you can gather brigher color of flower, that might be good to try the first time. and as i read in the book, silk fabric is good materialto be dyed. but i only had cotton and linen and i lovethose types of fabric, so i just tried..i would like to see what you use for dyeing..looking forward to your experiment. have fun mirva.
this caterpillar is so nice, so adorable, cocosuch a great present for your baby nieceand for her mom, tooand i love to see your photos with nature, mostly unfamiliar to meplants, magic for my eyesnice day to you , dear cocotake care
with some rain last few days,surrounding green has grown like an jungle now.thank you for the comforting comment.
the medlar fruit (top right, i think it has another name too) is one of my favourite,a beautiful tree was growing out of a wall in our abandoned housewhen we bought it, so sad we had to cut it down,we still think of it, its huge fruit and heady scentand your caterpillar is perfect for a perfect little niece i'm sureas for the pink, it turned out a lovely shadedoes it fade when you wash it?
i have not rewashed the pink fabric. i want to keep this beauty as it is, i may justkeep it by making non-washerble items. cutting the tree in your house must have been hardthings to do. mayby, you can plant another one.