A cotton/spandex top that I eco dyed last week (slow cooked in a crockpot of banksia leaves + alum with spring water; bracken fern and eucalyptus leaves between the layers). I will be listing this cute little top for sale soon in my online shop …
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Bundles just out of the dye pots.
Photo 1 – wattle bark with washing soda; ironmongery and various leaves in the middle bundle.
Photo 2 – casuarina and melaleuca with copper; ironmongery and various leaves in the bundles.
Photo 3 – eucalyptus with alum; ironmongery and various leaves in the bundles.
Photo 4- banksia with copper; ironmongery and various leaves in the left and middle bundles.
Next 4 photos – leaves, pods and bark foraged from our block of land and used for the eco dyeing shown above.
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