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* Gift membership: Six Month membership of The Studio Club:Our price: £59.00Or just £57.00 for our members!Give the gift of creativity and connection with a six month subscription to The Studio Club.* Gift membership: One Year membership of The Studio ClubOur price: £109.00Or just £107.00 for our members!Give the gift of creativity and connection with a year long subscription to The Studio Club.Dried Dyer's Chamomile FlowersOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Dyer's Chamomile is one of the few traditional dye plants that I grow. Its bright yellow daisy flowers are very potent - giving a beautiful mid yellow on their own and a soft green with iron. It is also a great colour to overdue with onion skins for a zingy orange.Dried Fig leavesOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Fig leaves are one of my favourite dye materials - they give a warm soft yellow which turns into a mid green when you add iron. These were picked from a fig tree outside my bedroom (which gives far more leaves than fruit) and dehydrated.Dried Rosebay Willowherb leavesOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Rosebay Willowherb is chockfull of tannins and gives a very good deep yellow in the dye pot, changing to khaki with the addition of iron. I love the plant and these leaves were gathered from the perennial meadow which surrounds my studio.Dried Scabious "Black Pincushion" flowersOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Scabious 'Black pincushion' can be used as a dye - it is very pH sensitive so it is fun to play with altering the colours from pink to teal. It is also not that light fast as a dye - not what I would class as fugitive but I also wouldn't dye anything with it where I wanted the colour to remain the same. I mainly use it as an ingredient in bundle dyeing where it is much more colour fast, use with shredded onion skins for a great gold and blue combination. Dried Sweet Cicely leavesOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Sweet Cicely is an amazing dye plant, completely overlooked in most dye books. It grows in shady damp areas and these leaves were all harvested from under the hedges in my dye garden. It gives a zingy greenish yellow on its own and a darker green with iron.Dried Tagetes flowersOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Tagetes - otherwise known as French marigolds - really pack a punch in the dye pot giving a beautiful golden yellow on their own and an olive green when mixed with iron.Dried Tansy flowersOur price: £8.00Or just £6.40 for our members!Tansy arrived in the perennial meadow here about seven years ago and was one of the first natural dyes that I used. These flowers were harvested from those meadow plants over the summer and dried out.Embroidered herbal sachet - Flowers in mugOur price: £10.00Or just £8.00 for our members!These embroidered sachets are made from the offcuts of linen that I accumulate over the year.Embroidered sachet - olive leavesOur price: £18.00Or just £14.40 for our members!These embroidered sachets are made from the offcuts of linen and fabric scraps that I accumulate over the year.Honesty hearts suppliesOur price: £20.00Or just £16.00 for our members!I picked these bunches of honesty from my parents garden over the summer and since then they have been drying out on the rack in my studio ready for making honesty heart decorations. Make your own Bundle dyed silk scarfOur price: £48.00Or just £38.00 for our members!Make your own Calendula and Rose Petal balmOur price: £45.00Or just £36.00 for our members!Have you ever wondered how to make your own herbal balms and salves? Would you like to know exactly what goes into your skin care? Would you like to create 100% natural herbal balms to give as gifts?