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Fiber Arts Tutorials

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September 17, 2018 05:16:14 PM by rockingbearranch
Views: 640 | Comments: 9

Use a plastic bag or plastic wrap.

Each feather is squished up in the plastic separate from the other feathers to keep the dyes from running too much. If you want a more even color or are using one color you can put many feathers together.

Carefully drop color sparsely! It is going to run on its own.

Spritz lightly with vinegar. I use my homemade window cleaner wh...

December 09, 2016 08:21:39 AM by Abbeeroad
Views: 5220 | Comments: 17

Mr. Road loves to play with metal. As a result, we have quite a stash of metal filings hanging around in our garage. A little while ago, Mr. Road gathered all the metal dust together in a cup so that I could play around with rust dyeing. A personal swap with sheepBlue finally gave me the push I needed to actually use it. Here are the results, and a little walk-through on what I did in case you hav...

October 01, 2014 05:01:44 PM by alwaysinmyroom
Views: 14318 | Comments: 27

My mom was from Japan, but I grew up in the USA, so I really did not pay much attention to my Japanese heritage until I got way older...now, I can't seem to learn things about Japan fast enough!

What I am really interested in are the traditional arts and crafts...I have done quite a lot of origami (paper folding), made a lot of things from kimono fabrics, and of course, Japanese cookin...

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