Natural Dye

I’ve been experimenting with naturally dyeing yarn, which is both fun and doesn’t hurt my sad, nervy wrist (which is healing, yay). I love how they all look together! From top to bottom in the weaving: plain, yellow onion skins, green tea, red onion skins, black tea, turmeric, and hibiscus tea. I’m going to teach my art camp kids how to do this over the summer :)

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Allura’s Moving Castle AU

1. why? 2. why not! 3. asadahsdklsasdf

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Just Finished My Reel // Look out for some Tie Dye Undies featured!

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Out of all the woven textiles I’ve made, this one arguably has the most depth to it, which makes it difficult to photograph and capture the nuances seen throughout. This piece was dyed and woven last year during a turbulent and unsteady time. I was finally able to document it on this trip. Here are a few detailed shots of this cloth; dyed with insects, tree bark, minerals and roots.

He’s talking about the tango scene, hehe.

N7 Day is approaching!! Which means there will be a slight increase of silly Mass Effect doodles in my art blog woooo~~~

HELLO I’VE GOT A SERIOUS QUESTION TO ASK...

Why does BSD have so many gorgeous redheads? <33

I mean…

Somebody arrest the author and their illustrator cuz I’m so weeeeeheeeheeeaaaakkk when it comes to pretties with red hair… ヽ(;▽;)ノ