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As a beginner I thought dandelions would be an easy trial. Not that I am overly fond of a yellow color but since the ground we are at is covered in dandelions, and since I dig the roots for dandelion root coffee, I thought dyeing with dandelion is at least more authentic to where I am from (the Netherlands) than dyeing with turmeric. This was the first time I used the correct mordant for cotton: aluminium acetate, go to this page to have the correct step-by-step process).
The effect on the hemp/cotton piece of fabric became a deep bold yellow.
I picked the blooming leaves in the middle of April. The weight of my piece of cotton was 100 gram and dandelion leaves was double, 200 gram.
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.
Incorporating the gifts of nature, for food, teas and coloring. Some are really money savers: who does not like that?
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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