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As a total beginner I started with onion skins on cotton but with the wrong sort of mordant (I used cream of tartar with alum and salt. Go to this page to have the correct step-by-step process). Nevertheless, the effect was marvelous.

I used 25 gram of onion skin, the brownish, papery skin of the most common type, which I saved up for some months in a paper bag. The piece of fabric I dyed weighted 70 gram.

Shop for Pouch Hungarian Onion.


Potential

The teabags I carry hold sayings: ‘When was the last time you were proud of yourself?’, ‘When was the last time you challenged yourself?’, ‘What gives you energy?’, ‘What is a good characteristic of yours?’ and ‘Are you a dreamer, thinker or doer?’ To each saying I give clear answers. I learn a short trip does not necessarily have to be a success in order to be a success.

The life of Pi(llow)

The movie I saw on an airplane after the book I red in India. I liked both. My husband did not. But my imagination is big and I love to escape in my own world, so it fitted me. The same with this pillow, this little write up is about the life of this Pi(llow).…

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