Looking for a natural dye? Look no further because you might just find it in your own pantry. So, spice up your white clothing and give them a dye.
Pink – berries, avocado skin, cherries
Yellow – paprika, turmeric, yellowroot roots, cumin
Orange – onion skin, carrots
Blue – purple grapes, indigo
Green – spinach, artichokes, peppermint leaves
Brown – coffee, acorn, oak bark
How to dye your clothes
- Place your natural dye ingredient in a non-reactive pot.
- Fill it with twice as much water.
- Let it simmer for an hour until you get a nice dark color.
- Strain the dye ingredient.
- Return the liquid to the pot and place your damp fabric carefully.
- Bring it to a slow boil. Stir once in a while.
- Turn off the pot. If you want a darker hue, let it sit longer or overnight.
- After achieving your desired color, take it out and wash with cold water.
Just keep in mind that the colors may differ depending on the kind of fabric that you would be using. Also, it is important to make sure that they are properly washed and cleaned before proceeding with the dyeing process.