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Zoom DIY onion dye project
Zoom DIY onion dye project
Zoom DIY onion dye project
Zoom DIY onion dye project

DIY onion dye project

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We've been dyeing produce bags with food waste like onion skins from chef Ari Miller at Musi/Frizwit since 2019. It’s so easy and fun that we decided to share our secrets and offer you all the tools you need to get started in your own kitchen!

We’ve made the most sustainable dye kit possible with a little help from our friends. We worked with ANONA studio to illustrate our DIY Onion Dye Zine, sourced the most beautiful reclaimed glass jars from Remark Glass and we’re even including some onion skins from Musi/Frizwit to get you started!

Choose from the following three options:

Full kit:
4 natural white linen cocktail napkins
2 oz. soda ash (needed to dye, packaged in 1 of 2 jar styles shown)
onion skins from Musi/Frizwit ( just enough to get you started, for darker colors add a few of your own).
Illustrated DIY Onion Dye Zine

Hard copy:
An actual paper copy of our beautifully illustrated instructional zine

Digital download includes:
Download our DIY Onion Dye Zine

We’ll get your order to the mail carrier in 3-5 days

beautiful • sustainable • practical

DIY onion dye project

$42.00
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12/18/2020
Patricia T.
United States United States

DIY Dye Kit

Love the quality of linen of all they offer. Very excited to give this project a go by dying these 4 linen bags with onion skins. Thanks, Patricia

Our story is told through all of our textiles and our produce bags tell it best.

Like all of our textiles, they began as crops, just like the food they keep fresh. They replace single use and plastic disposables and build on the ancient tradition of letting linen’s antibacterial qualities work for you in the kitchen. Flax grown for linen can be an integral part of regenerative farming systems, helping to build carbon stocks on working landscapes. When your linen products are spent, they are compostable.

We give $4.50 from each produce bag you purchase to regenerative farms.

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