Botanical Colors, LLC

Botanical Colors, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 days ago

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  • 3 Tips to Lower Water Use When Natural Dyeing

      On this World Water Day, we look to water conservation for our most precious resource with these three tips to lower your water use when natural dyeing. Recharge your mordant baths If you are mordanting with aluminum sulfate or aluminum acetate, your mordant bath may be reused between 2 and 7 times. For example, […]

Botanical Colors, LLC

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 week ago

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  • How To: Bundle Dyeing Easter Eggs

    We asked one of our favorite natural dyers (and customers) Liz Spencer of Dogwood Dyer to capture a recent Easter egg bundle dyeing adventure with her son Dalton. Liz tells us, “After 2 sessions we had some diverse effects. Our first session eggs were literally eaten by our dog. Tip: don’t leave steamed eggs to […]

Botanical Colors, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • Some of the Best Quilting Cotton Was Hand-Dyed in Japan Thirty Years Ago

    Okan Arts imports vintage Japanese yukata cottons for adventuresome quilters. Okan Arts, owned by textile and natural dye artist Patricia Belyea, is a home-based shop in Seattle, bursting with over 1,000 bolts of vintage Japanese cotton. Hand-dyed by artisans in Japan from 20 to 50 years ago, the cottons radiate luscious colors and a graphic […]

Botanical Colors, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • A Pantone Inspired Airbnb Fit For Color Enthusiasts

    We haven’t acknowledged the Pantone color of the year enough so we’re glad to see others who are and in the most fun of applications. Stay tuned for a natural dye recipe we’ll be creating soon where you can achieve this color for your own design projects. According to Dezeen, “Pantone has collaborated with Airbnb […]

Botanical Colors, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Natural Dyes, Celestial Maps and Technology Partner for Exhibit

    We love when natural dyes and technology come together and when it also involves celestial maps? Well, let’s just say some collaborations are a lot cooler than others. The Creator’s Project is one of our favorite daily reads and they write this: “Those in the northern hemisphere know that the North Star, Polaris, is a […]

  • Your Go-To Denim Jeans Love Indigo

    This series on Denimhunters by Thomas Stege Bojer is really good and if you’ve ever wondered how your go-to denim jeans are made, this is place to go. Of course we love part three on indigo dyeing and all the complexities of natural vs. synthetic when it comes to scaling production. Bojer writes: “Indigo is […]

  • This Indigo DIY Dye Project Will Spice Up Any Holiday Table

    Image: Kate Miss for Bust Magazine Bust Magazine writes: “The fabric-dye trend is everywhere right now; people are going crazy for tie-dyeing, immersion dyeing, natural dyeing, and of course, shibori. The last one is often mistaken as tie-dye, but it’s actually in a category of its own. Shibori is a Japanese method in which fabric […]

  • Thanksgiving Day Natural Dyeing With Food Waste

    Image: Vogue This Thanksgiving Day, why not do what you love and natural dye with food waste while you cook up your mid-day feast? According to Vogue, “With so many color-rich foods on most Thanksgiving menus, Vogue.com decided to get a lesson in natural food coloring, and create a set of eco-chic napkins that can […]

  • VIDEO: An Exploration of Place and Natural Dyes, Cordova Alaska

    Paul Gaugin was once quoted as saying “Color! What a deep and mysterious language, the language of dreams.” It’s true. Those who stop to marvel at the color all around them easily see the mysteries- looking deeply into the crashing roll of a wave, the veins on a leaf, the back of a beetle tooling […]

Botanical Colors, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

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  • A Closer Look at the History of Cochineal

    According to The Advocate, “The prickly pear cactus was a scourge in outback regions of Australia until the Cactoblastus moth was introduced in 1926 as a biological method to eradicate this introduced plant pest. A consignment of 3,000 Cactoblastus moth eggs reproduced and the next generation numbered in excess of two and a half million eggs.  These were distributed to selected areas from wh...

Botanical Colors, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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