They will learn how to make natural dyes to decorate finished works.
Commercial production has now increased following a rise in demand for natural dyes.
Examples here were woven and treated with natural dyes within the last century.
Various vegetable and other natural dyes are used to produce the rich colors.
Some products sold as "henna" include these other natural dyes.
This has led to their being very useful as natural dyes.
These colors were from natural dyes and are muted by the years, so it was a bit brighter in its day.
They are also taught how to make natural dyes from insects, and weaving techniques.
This is related to the fact that natural dyes are most commonly available in indigo and brown.
And natural dyes do not run the way some synthetic ones do.
Some tones of yellow, red, green, and blue were introduced with vegetable dyes.
Some can be painted in vegetable dyes or various finishes.
It is an art of Ikat tradition using natural vegetable dyes.
Products aren't cheap but you can be sure that only traditional vegetable dyes have been used.
Even today, artisans use traditional vegetable dyes for printing the cloth.
Only the blue and yellow vegetable dyes in their hair distinguished them.
These unique wall murals have been painted using vegetable dyes.
European papers made with vegetable dyes can be damaged if just a spot of water gets on the front as it is being hung.
Later they are painted with pigments from vegetable dyes and minerals.
These paintings are made using vegetable dyes, lamp black, and the canvas is usually cloth or paper.