By Rosalind Creasy
When Alex, my 10 year old grandson, came to stay with me during spring break, he was eager to color Easter eggs. Also, I hadn’t seen Jody Main, my friend and an Easter egg maven, for far too long — what a perfect excuse for a visit!
When we entered Jody’s farmhouse kitchen, there was a table with teacups full of dyes and a big bowl of eggs ready to go. Alex and I had great fun, and we learned a lot that afternoon about colors and which combinations produce which colors. We went home with cartons full of unique eggs.
After years of dying eggs with a wide range of botanical sources, Josy had streamlined the dyeing procedure. She had narrowed the necessary ingredients down to three…to continue click on link: Natural Dyes