Easy Solar Dyeing

The sun's free energy will do more than heat your home and steep your tea. Though solar dyeing, you can tint your textiles!

solar dyeing - one gallon glass filled with marigolds and wool
The actual dyeing process in solar dyeing is simple: just put your filled one gallon glass jar in the sun for about ten days. Here, woolen yarn steeps in a jar full of marigold mix.
Photo by Marianne K. Doss
solar dyeing - wall hanging made of solar dyed wool
A shaggy-fringed wall hanging made with gold solar-dyed wool.
Marianne K. Doss

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