Notions - Vegetable Dyes

Starting with natural herbs and plants in their raw form, such as roots, leaves, stems, flowers obtained from different jungles, the raw materials are cleaned of unwanted particles by hand, then crushed into smaller pieces which are ground in pulverizers and sieved through very fine mesh sieves to create the dye powder. read more » Natural fabrics such as organic cottons and silks, natural wools and linens take vegetable dyes best. Synthetic fabric blends will take some dye, but the result will usually be lighter in color.   « close text
Alum Mordant SKUs# ALUM01 | 1808 available
Natural Mordant - II SKUs# MORD100 | 111 available
Soda Ash Dye Fixative SKUs# BC01 | 4229 available
Soda Ash Dye Fixativ... SKUs# BC3oz | 0 available
Vegetable Dye-Blood Red SKUs# VEG011BLDRED | 1 available
Vegetable Dye-Cedar SKUs# VEG005CED | 16 available
Vegetable Dye-Eco-Hi... SKUs# VEG009ECOBWN | 14 available
Vegetable Dye-Eco-Or... SKUs# VEG012ORG | 7 available
Vegetable Dye-Garnet... SKUs# VEG008BWN | 6 available
Vegetable Dye-Indigo SKUs# VEG007IND | 1 available
Vegetable Dye-Khaki SKUs# VEG004MUD | 11 available
Vegetable Dye-Lac Black SKUs# VEG006BLK | 0 available
Vegetable Dye-Mango ... SKUs# VEG010MANG | 8 available
Vegetable Dye-Smoke ... SKUs# VEG002SMK | 3 available
Vegetable Dye-Tiger ... SKUs# VEG001YEL | 8 available
Vegetable Dye-Turkey... SKUs# VEG003RED | 9 available