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Dyeing scarves with grape skins.

Waste grape skins can be dyed into a very "fairy" lavender scarf; the bayberry in the season can be dyed into soft-colored clothes... DIY "Plant dyeing" using plant leaves, flowers, seeds and other materials is becoming more and more popular among white-collar workers. Fire, some people think about it at home, some learn art from a teacher, in order to dye nature and appreciate the unique beauty brought by plants.

80% of the learners are white-collar workers.

Plant dyeing丨Plant dyeing丨Natural dyeing丨Ecological textiles丨

Tie up the white silk scarf, put it into the plant dyeing made of grape skin丨plant dyeing丨plant dyeing丨natural dyeing丨ecological textiles丨Hangzhou Cairun Technology Co., Ltd. dyeing solution, boil it for a while, in the fragrance, Strips of chic and fairy-looking lavender scarves surfaced-last Friday, at the "Cloud Handicraft Class" in the old city of Jiashan No. 25, the white-collar workers who came to learn saw that they dyed them by hand. The scarf that came out was very happy. In the system class on Saturday, white-collar workers dyed yellow and red scarves with onion skin and hematoxylin respectively...

“Plant dyeing can make people publicize their individuality, release pressure, and more and more people like it. 80% of the people who come to study here are white-collar workers.” The relevant person in charge of “Cloud Craft Class” said that the original plant dyeing course was launched in 2013. Trainees can design patterns through tie-dyeing, each dyed work is unique, as long as they master the technology, they can DIY.

Xiaoyu, a white-collar worker, said that after learning about dyeing plants and trees, now that he sees the bags and scarves he likes, he immediately thinks about which plants can be used for dyeing.

Polygonum is one of the most commonly used plants for dyeing vegetation. Last weekend, in Huaihai Road Lane and Hehefang, several white-collar workers learned how to dye with indigo blue from Bai Lue, a researcher on plant dyeing. They started by picking the leaves and dyed silk scarves and small towels with warm blue on the spot through the simple method of dyeing the leaves. Senior hobbyist Yuchan said that these indigo plants were sown in March and harvested in June. The activity is held every two weeks until late autumn when the blue leaves are withered.

Some Chinese herbal medicines have also entered the attention of lovers of plant dyeing. Recently, the Shanghai Botanical Garden held a vegetation dyeing activity. Miss Ni dyed herself a red scarf with Su Mu, a kind of Chinese herbal medicine.

There is a wide range of materials for dyeing lovers. The red bayberry sent by a friend said, "Store it for some time, it is hard to give up, take juice and dye clothes..." The netizen "As Changxin" exposed his beautiful clothes dyed with bayberry and mangosteen shells, which was praised by friends. .