Fungi Dye Pisolithus arhizus Fungj Dye Phaeolus-schweinitzii Fungi Dye Boletopsis Fungi Dye Hapolopilus-rutilans Fungi Dye Cort-semisanguineous Fungi Dye – Boletopsis Natural Dyes – Lichen Lichen International Fungi and Fibre Symposium 2010 Fabric Printing Print Making with Plant Dyes Papermaking with Polypores IFFS 2010 Fungi International Fungi and Fibre Symposium 2010
The secret to successful natural dyeing of cellulose fibres, yarns and fabrics such as cotton and linen is thorough scouring. The scouring process removes natural oils, waxes and pectins from the fibre so that the dyes can penetrate the fibre more readily.
Pisolithus arhizus Fungi can make brown and gold coloured natural dye colours.
Phaeolus schweinitzii fungi produces Yellow, gold natural dyed yarns
Boletopsis grisea Mushroom Dye FI – Sudenkaapa SW -tallgraticka Alum Mordant 3 litres water 25 grams alum 10 grams cream of Tartar Bring to boil and then let cool 100 gram wool yarn tied in skeins Rinse the clean washed yarn in cool water Add the yarn into the cool mordant bath and bring it… Continue reading Fungi Dye: Boletopsis Grisea
Hapilopilus rutilans Mushroom Dye Hapalopilus rutilansFI: OkrakaapaSW: lysticka Alum Mordant