Dyeing with Kitchen Waste

900MRP (Incl. of all taxes)

We generate organic waste on our kitchen chopping boards everyday. Stems, peels and leftover scraps from fruits and vegetables are an excellent source of natural dyes. With a few simple steps, kitchen scraps can be used for creative dyeing experiments at home. Natural dyes are an effective and easy alternative to synthetic chemical colours for dyeing yarn, fabric or even paper for beautiful projects that are gentle on the environment.

This workshop session has been designed as an introduction (or refresher!) to natural dyeing, taking participants through the fundamentals of dye-extraction using onion peels, pomegranate skins and walnut shells as well as pre and post-dye treatment of natural yarn and fabrics to ensure best results. All levels of experience are welcome.

Materials will be provided by Nila and included in the workshop fee. 

Registrations will close on Friday, 9th September at 6 pm IST

Country of Origin: India

Manufactured by: Lady Bamford Foundation
C-86, Prithviraj Road, C-scheme,Jaipur - 302001
Rajasthan

In case of Consumer Complaints:
Contact: Lady Bamford Foundation, address as above
Tel.: +91 8290366140
E-mail: care@nilajaipur.com

Domestic: Delivery in 2-3 weeks.

International: Delivery in 3-4 weeks.

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