Added Mar 21, 2009
Brooklyn, New Yo...
Simple home dyeing process for yarn or fabric with food scraps from your kitchen.
This is an eco-friendly project, a great way to upcycle your kitchen food scraps!
All materials are non-toxic making this a great project to do with kids!
Use cotton or wool fibers since they take the dye better. Vinegar (dye fixative. Use any or all listed; coffee grounds, spices, berries, vegetable scraps or food coloring.
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