Mountain Woman Rendezvous #52 Featuring Dyeing Wool With Natural Plant Dyes

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Mountain Woman Rendezvous!

I am CELEBRATING my ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!  Wooohoooo…

Thank you ALL for your contributions throughout this past year!!

I am thankful for all the wonderful materials that have been shared here over the last year!

As they say there are SO many ways to skin a cat and we have had amazing shares and everyone adds their own personal and unique touch!

As promised, ALL shares this week (with the exception of giveaways and sales posts) will be shared on social media and will all be added to our Mountain Woman Rendezvous Pinterest board for all to see.  So be sure to share your posts and share this news with all your friends!

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This weeks featured post is shared by Janet from Timber Creek Farm titled Dyeing Wool with Natural Plant Dyes.  This is something that really interests me, even fascinates me.  I have dyed things with teas, coffees and elderberries so far, but there are SO many things in the wild that can be used.  I love doing things naturally and this really appeals to me to learn more.  So when I saw Janet’s post I knew this was the one to share this week.  I, too, have been blessed with the book; A Garden To Dye For by Chris McLaughlin which I will be reviewing soon and I really can’t wait to dive in and learn more on what I can use to dye fabrics, doilies and more.  Also while visiting Janet’s page be sure to check out all her homemade goodies that she has for sale!  She makes AMAZING things!  Thank you again Janet for sharing your post and for faithfully joining me!!  Blessings to you and your family.

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Thanks so much for joining me.  I look forward to seeing what you all have to share today…

Blessings,

Tam (MWJ) ♥ <><

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Comments

  1. avatar says

    Thanks for hosting! Indian food is especially suited to crock pots… and I’m sharing a great recipe for Butter Chicken in the Crock pot this week! :)

    ~ Christine

  2. avatarJanet Garman says

    Tammy, thank you for the honor! I am so happy that the natural dying post was your pick for feature this week. I hope you can start experimenting with the natural dyes soon. I really am enjoying all that I am learning – Janet

    • avatar says

      You are most welcome Janet!! I am so fascinated by those like yourself that are spinning and dyeing your own wools. I love making things from wool and I can’t wait to learn these skills, but for now I live vicariously through people like yourself. I am so thankful you shared your post. Enjoy your day lovely lady and I look forward to more of your posts…. Blessings to you and yours!! <3

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