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I have only dabbled with natural dyes, and mostly odds and end plants from my garden. The fabrics weren't very color fast but that was…more
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I have only dabbled with natural dyes, and mostly odds and end plants from my garden. The fabrics weren't very color fast but that was OK for craft use. Interesting to think about MT native plants for more of that sort of thing again and I will put that on my list for summer. I did go through a tie dye phase a decade or so ago, all with purchased dyes though. Creating fabric and paper is a great creative outlet. I once made a sheet of paper entirely from carrot pulp!
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Rachel S. Neal it will be Biblical fiction again, not certain yet the direction it will go. Thanks for the interest - hope to have a book out by Christmas!
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“People protect themselves with whatever means available, not always drawing on what’s most beneficial or effective, or even sound in the eyes of others.”
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“My own emerging sense of hope was crushed beneath her words. If there really was a Lincoln Abraham, he wasn’t coming for Maple. She’d hung her dreams on a line made of nothing more than imagination.”
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