A bucket of pale, crystal-green water. A skein of yarn. Combine and discover the magic blues of woad and indigo.
You’ll be “dyeing” to tinge your wardrobe with the warm reds and bright yellows produced by these heirloom plants.
By Kelly Bohling
Dig deeper into the origins of your yarn by growing cotton plants and processing them into yarn for crafts at home.
Come along with me as I learn to dye Easter Eggs naturally using red onion skins.
Use fresh lilac flowers from your garden to make a luxurious bath oil that can be enjoyed year-round. You’ll want to make extra batches to share.
Learn how easy it is to create this dreamy sweet pea tunnel yourself using willow branches and vining peas to add a little magic to your garden this year.
Turn on the vacancy sign and invite beneficial bugs into your yard or garden with this easy, DIY bug hotel design.
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