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Get Into Natural Dyeing (Plus, How To Dye Pillowcases from Avocado Pits)

(Image credit: Aya Brackett) Sasha Duerr has been dyeing her textiles with compost for over 20 years. The author of two books on natural dyeing and an instructor at the California College of the Arts, Duerr fell in love with natural colors while searching for alternatives to the art school oils and acrylics that made her sick. Living in the Bay Area, she was involved in the sustainable foo
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